Wayne and Connie Spears Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Opened in 2010, the Wayne and Connie Spears Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has the capacity, staffing and state-of-the-art technology to treat the community’s most critically ill and injured patients.
The 9,410-square-foot facility is staffed by a specialized, multidisciplinary team of health care professionals, including social workers and a chaplain, who provide around-the-clock treatment, diagnosis, interventions, individualized care and monitoring for patients with life-threatening illnesses and injuries. All ICU nurses have advance life support training and many of them are nationally certified in critical care. Physicians and staff conduct interdisciplinary rounds on our patients every day.
The ICU is a locked unit and includes 18 patient rooms, a dedicated waiting area for patients' families and friends, as well as a family conference room and a dedicated elevator to allow easy access from the emergency department and the hospital's imaging services. While the ICU provides state-of-the-art medical care for critically ill patients, it has also been designed to provide a caring environment for patients and their families and friends.
- The ICU is located on the second floor of the main hospital building.
- All private rooms.
- Staffing in the ICU is a ratio of 1 nurse to 2 patients or less.
- Visitors are allowed 24/7 except when nurses are changing shifts between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. and between 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. Two visitors at a time maximum.
- Waiting rooms are available directly outside the doors to the ICU.
Please ensure that you are granted access to the unit by pressing the doorbell located outside the locked unit.
ICU Phone: 661.200.1240