Intensive Care

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Taxonomy Code: LD-3300

Programs that make lifesaving techniques and equipment available to patients with acutely life-threatening illnesses or injuries who require continuous observation and, in many cases, intensive therapeutic intervention by trained medical staff. Intensive care is provided in special units or distinct parts of health care facilities that are designed for this purpose.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
CHEST PAIN EMERGENCY ROOMProvides immediate medical care for anyone experiencing chest pain or the first sign of a heart attack.SuffolkCHEST PAIN EMERGENCY ROOMJOHN T. MATHER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
DIVISION OF NEONATOLOGYProvides three integrated areas of care to newborns: the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit(NICU) Newborn Nurseries and a High Risk Follow Up Clinic. The NICU is a 28 bed Level III intensive care unit providing around the clock specialized care for critically ill newborns. There is 24 hour visiting for parents and grandparents. The Newborn Nurseries are next to the Labor and Delivery suite. Infants room in with their mothers from early morning until early evening. A lactation consultant and social worker is available to assist mothers/families. The High Risk Clinic is run by the Neonatologist to provide primary care to many of the infants discharged from the NICU.NassauDIVISION OF NEONATOLOGYNASSAU UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
INTENSIVE CARE UNITSIntensive Care Unit (ICU) and Critical Care Unit (CCU) provide specialized care for patients whose conditions merit closer then normal attention and supervision. Staffed by specially trained nurses and equipped with advanced monitoring equipment.SuffolkINTENSIVE CARE UNITSST. CATHERINE OF SIENA MEDICAL CENTER
PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTThe only pediatric emergency department on the South Shore of Suffolk County providing state-of-the-art pediatric emergency care around-the-clock. Cares for all pediatric patients including those having minor conditions, as well as critically ill and traumatized infants, children and adolescents.SuffolkPEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTGOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER
VASCULAR INSTITUTEEmploys multidisciplinary approach to diagnose and treat all forms of vascular disease. Offers assignment to personal vascular surgeon to assist patient in selection of appropriate treatment plan. Performs sophisticated imaging procedures for diagnosis/treatment. Offers full complement of cardiology, anesthesiology, critical care and wound care services. Sponsors free diabetes support groups/classes. Provides dietary advice, dialysis support, endocrinology services, educational support, and other services as needed. Arranges rehabilitative referrals as appropriate.SuffolkVASCULAR INSTITUTESOUTHSIDE HOSPITAL

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