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The care of critically ill patients at UPMC Hamot is provided in one of several intensive care units (ICUs). These units serve the special care needs of patients with life-threatening illnesses or injuries, as well as patients who are undergoing major surgical procedures.
Critical care services are provided in one of our three ICUs that are focused on the care of critically ill medical, surgical, and cardiovascular patients in 42 ICU beds.
UPMC Hamot’s ICU provides care for patients with the following problems:
UPMC Hamot also offers a Transitional Care Unit (TCU), or step-down unit, which cares for patients who require close monitoring but do not present the critical care needs of ICU patients.
Assisted by state-of-the-art monitoring and life support technology, ICU care is delivered by a multidisciplinary team of health care professionals, including board-certified intensive care physicians (intensivists) for patients with the most complex multisystem critical illnesses.
Our multidisciplinary critical care team includes:
The Department of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh has recently joined its resources with those at UPMC Hamot. Our vision is to create a world-class regional center of excellence for the care of critically ill patients at UPMC Hamot.
This association will allow our critical care services to leverage the expertise of more than 50 years of critical care training, research, and care. We aim to facilitate the realization of a system of critical care that provides the highest quality of care while emphasizing a culture of teamwork, patient safety, cutting-edge best practices, family support, and adaptability to a rapidly changing landscape.
As UPMC Hamot's regional presence as a tertiary hub has expanded in recent years, it means more acutely ill patients are in need of a higher quality of care. Project 20/20, a seven-story patient tower scheduled to be completed in 2020, will house two new intensive care units. In addition, the new patient tower will expand radiology services and will include an observation unit to enhance care provided in the Emergency Department. At $111 million, it will be the biggest capital project in UPMC Hamot's history.
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