Intensive Care & Telemetry
Holland Hospital's 20 Bed Intensive Care and Telemetry Unit provides state-of-the-art intensive care to the lakeshore communities.
Each year, more than 2,600 seriously ill or injured patients are admitted to the ICU where they receive the highest level of care by a skilled, multidisciplinary team. Our top-rated safety standards and quality techniques ensure immediate intervention for patients with life-threatening conditions like:
- Myocardial infarction (heart attack)
- Congestive heart failure
- Cerebral vascular attack (stroke)
- Other cardiac and vascular conditions
- Acute neurosurgery/neurological procedures
- High acuity post-op abdominal or thoracic cases
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Acute respiratory distress
- Multi-system failure
- Unstable blood pressure
- Renal failure
- Metabolic disorders
In my experience everyone did the right thing right. I mean everyone. For me that defines professionalism. The Gold Standard. Fortunately, EVERY person I encountered at Holland Hospital met the highest possible expectations.
Holland Hospital partnered with Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System to bring state-of-the-art safety and quality techniques to Intensive Care Unit.
Our participation in this project has led to
adoption of a number of proven best practices which have enhanced the
care we provide in the ICU. The voluntary program is designed to improve patient safety and quality of care, reduce hospital stays, and lower unnecessary or avoidable medical costs. Care involves a collaborative approach involving physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists and the clinical manager. core group of staff along with critical care physicians managing the care of each patient.