The Critical Care Center at Emanuel is our state-of-the art, three-story facility that provides patients and families with private treatment rooms for emergency, critical care and inpatient hospital care.
First Floor - Emergency Department
The Emergency Department located on the first floor of the Center treats over 55,000 patients annually and includes:
- Seventeen private treatment rooms
- Four acute private treatment rooms that accommodate trauma-related medical equipment and a larger care team
- A dedicated decontamination room to treat patients exposed to hazardous materials
- A room for patients waiting for test results or admission to the hospital
- Two triage stations featuring private rooms for patient confidentiality
- A 2,200-square-foot waiting area
- 24-hour security
Second Floor - Critical Care
The Critical Care Department is located on the second floor, and all patient rooms are over-sized and designed to accommodate family-centered care. Special touches include space for sleeper-recliners, reading lights and wireless Internet access for patients and their family members. The department includes:
- Coronary care, post-operative care, surgical care, and medical intensive care
- Twelve critical-care private patient rooms, including two isolation rooms
- Twenty telemetry (or "progressive-care") private patient rooms
- Intermediate-care patient rooms designed to accommodate additional critical care patients if needed
The entire floor was designed to facilitate the use of computerized medical documentation for all caregivers and is equipped with a computerized medication dispensing system.
Third Floor - Inpatient Care
The third floor of the Emanuel Critical Care Center provides more than 20,000 square feet of space for inpatient care and features:
- Thirty-six oversized private patient rooms that can accommodate telemetry-appropriate patients not requiring critical or intermediate care
- Patient rooms designed to accommodate family-centered care that include flat screen TVs, sleeper-recliners and reading lights for patients and their family members.