St. Cloud Regional Medical Center has completed Intensive Care Unit (ICU) renovations and returned patients to the fully-refurbished unit on July 22, 2019.
The project was completed over the beginning of the Summer with no interruption to patient care, due to the use of the hospital’s Clinical Decision Unit, which temporarily housed the Intensive Care Unit throughout the project. The ICU renovations included a new nursing station, new lighting, new flooring, new paint, refreshed bathrooms and staff break space, as well as an update to the patient wardrobes and storage areas.
The completion of the ICU renovation project signifies the finalization of a larger project wherein every inpatient room at St. Cloud Regional Medical Center has been through a partial or complete renovation over the last four years. These overall renovations correspond with the opening of a brand new front entrance and new Emergency Department in September 2018, as well as the recently announced groundbreaking of a new ambulatory Medical Office Building set to open in 2020.
“The Mission of St. Cloud Regional Medical Center is to provide safe, personalized, and accessible healthcare to St. Cloud and the surrounding communities,” states Brent Burish, CEO of St. Cloud Regional Medical Center. “By updating the physical space for our highest acuity patients and the team that cares for them, our hospital has advanced our Mission to continue to serve our growing community.”
For more information on the services offered at St. Cloud Regional Medical Center, visit StCloudRegional.com.
St. Cloud Regional Medical Center is an 84-bed acute care facility that offers a comprehensive medical support system for both inpatient and outpatient needs. For more than 50 years, the hospital has been committed to serving its community with quality, compassionate care. St. Cloud Regional Medical Center has received the Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission; designation as a Primary Stroke Center from the Florida Agency of Healthcare Administration; and Accreditation as a Chest Pain Center from The American College of Cardiology.
For more information about the hospital and its services, visit StCloudRegional.com.