Primaya Hospital has an Intermediate Care (IMC) and High Care Unit (HCU) rooms for patients who need special attention in handling but don’t need ventilator aids.
Intermediate Care (IMC) is a transition room for patients from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to the usual inpatient rooms, or vice versa. The Intermediate Care Room is also used by patients who want to switch from the Emergency Unit to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The Intermediate Care Room can be used for patients who need intense supervision from the medical team but do not need intensive service in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
The High Care Unit (HCU) is a service unit for patients with stable conditions of respiratory function, body fluids, and consciousness but still requires strict treatment, care and monitoring. The purpose of this action is to be able to know early on the changes that endanger the patient so that the patient can immediately be transferred to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to be given better treatment.
Intermediate Care Room Service and High Care Unit
Primaya Hospitals have services in the Intermediate Care and High Care Units which vary depending on the needs of the patients being treated. The Intermediate Care and High Care Unit at Primaya Hospital has a medical team that is reliable and competent in their fields. The medical team of the Intermediate Care and High Care Unit rooms come from diverse disciplines including nutrition, pharmacy, rehabilitation and various other disciplines.
We apply the same international service standards at each Primaya Hospital branch. The standard aims to maintain patient’s safety when undergoing treatment in all branches of the hospital that is incorporated in the Primaya Hospital network.