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Critical Care Unit

CCU at Holzer Gallipolis

Nurses stationThe Critical Care Unit (CCU) is located on the second floor of the Hospital. The CCU consists of 14 private rooms and is operational 24 hours a day, each day of the year. It is designed to provide a concentration of skills, equipment, and facilities for specialized care of the critically ill patient.

The CCU is focused on patient and family-centered care in the planning, delivery and evaluation of each patient's care. A multi-disciplinary team consisting of dietary, pharmacy, physical therapy, respiratory therapy and social services is utilized to meet the needs of our patients and families. All of our nurses are experienced in the care of a critically ill patient and trained in Advanced Cardiac, Pediatric and Stroke Life Support.

Gallipolis CCU Visiting Hours:

Open Visiting Hours until 10 p.m. (Limit two visitors per patient)

CCU at Holzer Medical Center - Jackson

Holzer Medical Center, Jackson offers one medical / surgical patient care unit and one critical care unit. These are known as 2North and the Jackson CCU, both providing excellent patient care to the community we serve.

At 2North and the CCU, we have the ability to provide exceptional care in a state-of-the-art facility utilizing customer service oriented approaches. We know we will be judged by what we do, not what we say. The essence of good customer service is forming a relationship, and that means taking good care of you! Our staff is exceptionally qualified to care for all patients requiring hospitalization, and to do so with pride, respect, and compassion.

Services at 2North and CCU

Our medical/surgical unit, known as 2North, has a capacity of 20 beds and 4 bays serving all inpatient admissions, ranging from medical admissions to all post-operative patients. Our nursing staff is qualified to care for medically ill patients, telemetry patients, and all post-operative patients. 2North has the capability for eight telemetry monitors which are overseen by the Critical Care Nurse.

Our Critical Care Unit has a capacity for four patients and serves all critically ill patients admitted to the facility. The CCU manages acutely ill patients that may require ventilatory support, hemodynamic stabilizing, and other medical conditions

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