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Los Angeles, CA
Intensive Care Unit - California Hospital Medical Center - Los Angeles
1401 S Grand Ave
, CA 90015
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Services We Offer
Intensive Care Unit
The intensive care unit (ICU) is a department in a hospital that handles the care of critically ill patients who have suffered major trauma or respiratory failure or who require complex surgeries or organ transplants. The care provided in the ICU includes close supervision, specialized equipment, life and breathing support, and a higher staff to patient ratio.
Intensive and Coronary Care Unit (ICU and CCU)
Our intensive care team is prepared to treat life-threatening illness and injury for the gamut of causes and stages of life, with an Intensive and Coronary Care Unit (ICU and CCU), Trauma Intensive Care Unit, Surgical Intensive Care Unit, and a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Across all units, healthcare providers from diverse medical disciplines collaborate and coordinate patient care.
Trauma Intensive Care Unit
A trauma intensive care unit is specifically trained and certified to offer critical treatment to patients who have sustained major, traumatic injuries, often the result of car collisions, gunshot wounds, major burns, brain injuries, and severe falls. They are always ready to quickly treat acute, life-threatening injuries.
About Intensive Care Unit - California Hospital Medical Center - Los Angeles
Intensive Care Unit - California Hospital Medical Center - Los Angeles offers many services, including heart attack, trauma, and stroke. Visit Intensive Care Unit - California Hospital Medical Center - Los Angeles located at 1401 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA. As part of the Dignity Health network, Intensive Care Unit - California Hospital Medical Center - Los Angeles is dedicated to delivering high quality, compassionate care and access to Los Angeles and nearby communities.
Conditions We Treat
A birth is considered premature when it takes place before the 37th week of pregnancy. Premature birth can cause issues such as underdeveloped lungs and gastrointestinal systems (and therefore difficulty breathing or digesting), heart problems, and trouble eating and gaining weight. There are proven ways to reduce risk factors of premature birth, but now known way to prevent it entirely.