Intensive Care provides seriously or critically ill patients with intensive monitoring. Life or organ support provisions may also be necessary.
Someone you care about may be in the ICU. We know you are concerned. You may not know what to expect. Emotions you may be experiencing are worry, anxiety, and fear. At Grandview we want to provide moral support in addition to delivering high quality health care. Please contact any of our highly competent nursing staff or physicians with questions you may have.
The ICU is a special place, so Grandview Medical Center has established visiting hours for the benefit of patients and to facilitate the administration of quality care. Our primary objective is to maintain an environment that promotes your quick recovery. These policies and procedures are in place to help you and your family work with our doctors, nurses, and staff to get the most from your hospital stay. Please take a few minutes to review these guidelines with your loved ones.
Visitors in the Intensive Care Unit are usually limited to immediate family members only. No children under age 12 are permitted without authorization from the ICU nurse.