Intensive Care Unit

The Intensive Care Unit (ICUU) is a 23 bed critical care unit, that delivers specialist care to critically unwell patients from a wide range of specialties. Patients from both medical and surgical specialities are managed and cared for by the ICU team in collaboration with the admitting specialty.

The staff on the ICU work together as a team to provide a multidisciplinary approach to ensure the delivery of comprehensive care to patients. The ICU is accredited with the College of Intensive Care Medicine and has a strong focus on education, research and innovation.

  • Intensive Care Management and Resuscitation of critically ill patients
  • Monitoring of seriously ill patients
  • Cardiothoracic surgery and ECMO support
  • Neurosurgical patients, including all subarachnoid haemorrhage
  • Acute Liver failure and Liver Transplantation
  • Respiratory failure
  • Multi-organ failure
  • Sepsis and Septic Shock
  • Total parenteral nutrition

Referrals:

  • External patients are referred by their primary medical team by contacting the ICU Senior Registrar via switchboard on (08) 6457 3333.

Visitors:

  • Location: The ICU is located on the 4th floor in G block. The unit is best accessed via the Gold lifts.
  • We do allow visitors however please be mindful that only two visitors will be permitted at a time and we do encourage a rest period from 1pm-3pm each day.
  • From an infection control perspective unfortunately we are unable to accept flowers for patients.
Last Updated: 19/09/2019