Critical Care Complex
The Critical Care Complex is a 10 bedded unit with a mixture of level 2 and level 3 critical care beds. Level 2 is traditionally known as ‘high dependence care’ and level 3 is traditionally known as ‘intensive care.’
The Critical Care Complex is staffed by consultant anaesthetists / intensivists with extensive critical care experience. The nursing team consists of a matron, team managers, team leaders, staff nurses and clinical support workers.
Other professionals working within Critical Care include a unit administrator, physiotherapists, pharmacists and dieticians. There is a resident doctor under the supervision of a consultant at all times. Critical Care also supports nursing and medical students for training as part of their courses. They are supervised closely by staff and all staff carry identification bags.
The Critical Care Complex can be found on the first floor of the ward block and is serviced by the Main Reception located on Kempston Road.Bedford Hospital South Wing Map
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