Intensive care unit in Terre Haute, Indiana
At Terre Haute Regional Hospital, we provide specialized critical care where we provide around-the-clock intensive care for sickest patients. Our intensive care unit (ICU) and intermediate care unit (IMC) provide medical and surgical services to a primarily adult population. The licensed critical care nursing staff in these units have years of critical care experience.
Our ICU receives referrals from many of the hospitals in our rural Wabash Valley communities to continue the treatment of complex, critically ill patients. Terre Haute Regional Hospital also offers additional critical care services through our neonatal intensive care unit and cardiac catheterization lab.
To speak to one of our nurses about our intensive care unit, call us at (812) 232-0021.
Our Level II NICU provides advanced newborn care for premature and newborns with minor health issues. We incorporate family-centered neonatal care, so you can stay by your baby's side throughout the visit. Our NICU is available 24/7, so your baby can receive round-the-clock care.
Cardiac catheterization lab
Terre Haute Regional Hospital has two cardiac cath labs with state-of-the-art technology and equipment for monitoring patients, including an external artificial heart device. Images from your cardiac catheterization and interventional radiology procedures can be stored and retrieved digitally. The cath lab is available 24/7 to deal with any cardiac or circulatory emergency.