|About Us||Patients, Families & Visitors||For Health Professionals||Careers||Research & Training||Ways to Give|
The intensive care unit is an intimidating environment for most people. The following information will help you become more familiar with the unit, the reason your family member is here, and daily routines.
The ICU at University Hospital is split into two different units: The Medical Surgical ICU and the Cardiac Surgical Recovery Unit (CSRU).
If your loved one is a patient in the CSRU, please go to the CSRU family website. If your loved one is a patient in the Medical Surgical ICU (MSICU), please continue to use this website.
The Medical-Surgical ICU is a 24 bed unit that supports critically ill patients. The unit consists of 6 bays with 3-5 beds in each bay. The Extended ICU (EICU) is in Bay 6. The EICU is a special part of our unit where we support patients who require a longer period of treatment and ventilation.
Please contact us with any questions or comments about this web site.