Our Intensive Care Unit (ICU) provides critical care to patients who are seriously ill or with life threatening injuries. We offer specialist intensive care services for a wide range of critically ill adult patients. Our priority is to provide the best care for our patients.
Our facility is 6 beds unit with the capability of managing 2 ventilated patients by intensive care specialists with advanced specialisation in infectious diseases, sepsis, toxins, envenomation. We also have a medical emergency response team who can attend emergency situations across the campus.
The ICU team includes doctors, nurses, therapists and technicians who have extensive training in intensive care. During your relative’s treatment, you can expect to meet them including other important members of our multidisciplinary team.
What to expect
Having a family member or friend who is seriously ill in ICU can be an overwhelming experience. We want you to feel confident in the care we provide to your loved one. We will support you every step of the way during this stressful time. The following is what you can expect during and after your relative’s stay in ICU.
Inter hospital transfers
There may be times when a patient requires transfer to another ICU for treatment that Caboolture Hospital cannot provide. You will be notified if this is to occur and advised of the expected transfer time. A nurse and often a doctor will escort the patient in the ambulance. Family members cannot travel with the patient in the ambulance.
Location: Level 2, Caboolture Hospital
Phone: (07) 5433 8888
Caboolture Redcliffe Intensive Care Unit (CRICU) is an innovative model of care that demonstrates and aligns with Metro North Hospital and Health Service principle of integrated service. There is a single consultant intensivist team working across 2 sites (‘pods’) as a combined service, supported by ICU nursing teams at both sites. It is a model that heavily relies on the utilisation of information technology to deliver services. The combined admission for the 2 pods is approximately 900 patients per year. The 2 pods have different capabilities and can transfer patients between sites based on their clinical need.
Education and training
We are proud to have a long tradition of educating and training the next generation of doctors, nurses and allied health professionals in Queensland. Contact us or visit our careers page for more information.