Search for a doctor
Chat on WhatsApp
View our Gallery



Critical Care Medicine is a medical specialty that focuses on the care of critically ill patients who have life-threatening medical conditions or injuries. These patients often require intensive medical intervention, constant monitoring, and specialized treatment to stabilize their condition and support vital organ functions. The goal of the Critical Care Medicine Department of Supercare Hospital is to provide the highest level of care to critically ill patients and improve their chances of survival and recovery.

The Units of the Department, with its state-of-the-art equipment and trained & qualified manpower, work round the clock to provide high end quality care to all critically ill patients. It caters to a high influx of challenging and seriously patients from all around and works continuously for a good result and outcome. It consists of a dedicated and experienced team of Consultants, Intensivists, Nurses, Technicians & Physiotherapists who are committed to and drive for good patient care.

Key aspects of our Department of Critical Care Medicine:

Critical Care Units: It has three units namely the ICU (Intensive Care Unit), HDU (High Dependency Unit) and NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) having a total of 32 critical care beds.

Multidisciplinary Team: Critical care teams consists of a dedicated and experienced team of Consultants, Intensivists, Nurses, Technicians & Physiotherapists, Dietitians, Counsellors and other specialists who take a collaborative approach to ensure comprehensive care for complex medical cases.

Advanced Monitoring: Critically ill patients are continuously monitored using sophisticated medical equipment. This includes monitoring of vital signs, such as heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, and respiratory rate, as well as devices that track cardiac activity, brain function, and organ function

Treatment of Complex Conditions: Intensivists manage a wide range of complex medical conditions, including sepsis, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), multiple organ failure, trauma, post-operative complications, and severe infections.

Emergency Response: Critical care specialists may be called upon to provide expertise in emergency situations, such as trauma, cardiac arrest, or mass casualty incidents.

Post-ICU Care: After a patient stabilizes and is discharged from the ICU, critical care physicians may continue to oversee their care in step-down units (HDU) or collaborate with other specialists for long-term recovery and rehabilitation.