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The day of a critically ill patient is punctuated by the passage of different members of the healthcare team. Doctors examine patients every morning and update the medical record. If the evolution of the patient’s condition requires, this review will be repeated, several times a day.Besides this review, the nurse and caregivers will give the prescribed care (drips, bandages, blood collection, etc.).
The patient is regularly mobilised in order to receive specific anti pressure-ulcer massages. Body hygiene is also taken care of several times a day. Patients that are awake can be seated in a chair or in their bed by a physiotherapist, in order to stimulate their muscles.Whether the patient is conscious or not, the physiotherapists works with every patient, to keep their joints and muscular mass flexible.

Intensive care is the medical speciality that supports patients whose lives are in immediate danger – like when a vital organ such as the heart, liver, lungs, kidneys or the nervous system is affected, for instance:

    Our Features

  • Cardio-vascular incidents (heart attacks or strokes)
  • Severe Infections
  • Acute Respiratory Infections
  • Neurological problems
  • Post-Operative Care
  • Complications

Intensive care resets the «balance» of the patient’s defective vital organ(s) before the patient can be transferred to another medical speciality.


This department is run by a team of experienced Gastroenterology.

Walter White

Chief Medical Officer

Sarah Jhonson


William Anderson