Our Critical Care unit is equipped with sophisticated cardiac monitoring capabilities and staffed by experienced professionals, who work with the patient's cardiologist to develop the best treatment plan.
As patients improve, our Progressive Care Unit provides wireless monitoring, initial rehabilitation and education for long-term heart health.
Balancing Patient Care and Family Support
The support a patient receives from his or her family can be a critical component in recovery. We understand the importance of being with your loved ones, which is why we make every effort to have open visiting hours. However, in the Critical Care Unit we limit visitors a from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m., or from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. These are the hours that our team transitions care of your loved one between shifts.
Choosing a Spokesperson
We recommend that each family choose a spokesperson to speak for the patient and the family, as well as receive information and reports from the doctors or nurses while visiting. The family spokesperson can then relay all information to other family members. Should we need reach the family spokesperson, please make sure that they leave a telephone number with one of our nurses.
MidState's Cardiac Rehabilitation Program