Intensive Care Units (ICU)

Intensive care is a very complex and stressful environment for staff, patients, and relatives. Health care professionals from various medical specialties work together to provide coordinated care specific to the patient’s needs. The ICU, or critical care staff at Baptist hospitals, care for patients with severe illnesses or injuries such as organ failure, surgical complications, premature birth, strokes, cancer, trauma, and respiratory arrest.

ICU Visitor Guidelines

View our visitor guidelines for more information or check with the hospital to view their ICU guidelines.

ICU Technology

Baptist ICUs are fully equipped to provide advanced intensive care, including mechanical ventilation (the use of a breathing machine to assist the patient's own breathing efforts or to take over the work of breathing for him or her). We also have the equipment to take over the function of the kidneys if these have failed. In fact, the renal replacement machines used for this purpose can be run 24 hours per day, seven days per week, if necessary.

Intensive Care Unit Locations



  • Critical Care


  • Isolation Intensive Care
  • Medical & Surgical Intensive Care


  • Intensive Care


  • Cardiac Intensive Care
  • Medical and Surgical Intensive Care
  • Neurological Intensive Care
  • Myelosuppression Unit (Cancer Center)
  • Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)

Union City

  • Coronary Intensive Care
  • Isolation Intensive Care
  • Medical & Surgical Intensive Care



  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Critical Care Unit (Coronary)



  • Critical Care Department

New Albany

  • Intensive Care


  • Intensive Care Unit


  • Intensive Care Services