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Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital's Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is designed to care for patients with critical, potentially life-threatening conditions and is located on the second floor of the hospital. The unit is composed of 20-beds and all private rooms. Patients in the ICU need more intense monitoring and observation. In most instances, patients come to the ICU from the Emergency Department (ED), Operating Rooms, direct admits from other hospitals, from the Cardiac Cath Lab, or from the Medical-Surgical patient care units.
At Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, you can rest assured that your loved one is receiving expert care around the clock. Our highly-trained ICU medical and nursing team is dedicated to providing high-quality, compassionate care.
Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s ICU team of experts includes:
Patients are closely monitored by state-of-the-art GE monitoring systems. Numerous options of technology are available to the patient if the physician deems the therapy is necessary.
Some of the available technology includes:
Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital offers 20 Stryker InTouch Critical Care hospital beds. These beds combine advanced technology, intuitive operation and BackSmart ergonomics. Unprecedented functions, such as a built-in calculator and converter, an integrated multi-language translator and a patient weight history graphing tool, provide important information right at the patient’s bedside.
Patient benefits include:
One of the goals of the ICU is to promote a healing environment. This is achieved by striving to maintain a quiet, calm environment. Serene pictures are in each private room. A television is located in each room with a pillow speaker. The CARE channel is available on channel 18. This channel has soothing music to serene scenery. Channel 19 offers chapel services and inspirational quotes/blessings on the television system while patient education sessions are on other channels. A music therapist volunteer comes to the hospital weekly to visit patients.