Critical Care Medicine


The Department of Critical Care Medicine operates a "closed" ICU with 53 beds for adult medical and surgical patients with annual admissions average of 1850. We provide tertiary care facilities for critically ill patients based on evidence-based practices and state-of-the-art technology. 

Our multidisciplinary medical team consists of number of consultant intensivists taking care of patients with solid organ transplant, including liver, lung and kidney in addition to bone marrow transplant. We have an active neurosurgery and oncology surgery dealing with complex surgical cases.

Respiratory therapists provide continuous on-site support for patients with acute and chronic respiratory failure, and an experienced multinational nursing staff provides one to one cover for all critically ill patients.


   Critical Care Medicine provides quality care to severely ill patients and working to optimize resource utilization and increase the ability to manage patient         needing life support, locally in special lower care areas such as High Dependency Unit or Home Mechanical Ventilation Program, and nationally through           the Tele-ICU Program.