Medical, surgical, and pediatric unit
Your stay with us
The real influence for the design of Crossing Rivers Health Medical Center comes from the patients and caregivers. Many features and amenities have been incorporated to ensure a quite, comfortable stay with minimal disruptions and maximum comfort for the best possible patient experience. Get an inside look at a patient room in the video below.
Caring for you
Crossing Rivers Health Medical Center's team of compassionate health professionals provides care for patients of all ages and diverse backgrounds. We care for a wide variety of medical and surgical concerns, such as pneumonia, strokes, heart attacks, abdominal surgeries, and joint replacements.
Types of inpatient care available:
To provide optimum care for our patients, nurses and inpatient specialists work closely with multidisciplinary departments, including:
- Respiratory therapy
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Nutrition services
- Patient family services
Patients receive individualized care and are involved in all care decisions.
- Continuous cardiac or respiratory monitoring
- Symptom management
- Pain management
- IV medication or fluid therapy
- Pre- and postsurgical monitoring
- Blood product administration
- Nebulizers or special respiratory treatments
- Wound care, including wound vacs
- Physical, occupational or speech therapy
- Diagnosis, medication and discharge education
- Discharge planning for services at home
All services are based on the individual medical needs of each patient.
Special care unit
Our Special care unit, formerly Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is staffed by professionals who use specialized equipment and knowledge to provide advanced medical care. Special care providers deliver highly specialized nursing care for patients who are seriously ill or injured or are recovering from surgery.
The goals of the Special care unit are to stabilize the patient’s condition and to prevent new complications. The Special care unit also provides treatment to help the patient achieve the fullest possible recovery.
Inpatient specialists are committed to providing each patient with the highest level of quality care. They are physicians specifically trained in caring for patients while they are in the hospital. Inpatient specialists work closely with a patient's primary care physician from admission to discharge. They perform examinations, make diagnoses, order tests and treatments, prescribe medications, develop after care plans and oversee the patients general hospital care.
Rest and sleep are very important for healing, therefore, we observe quite time each day from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Families of pediatric and hospice patients are encouraged to stay with them throughout their stay.