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Intensive Care Unit

Mercy Medical Center’s Mary E. Davis Intensive Care Unit provides comprehensive and continuous care for patients who suffer from a serious illness or medical problem as well as social and psychological support for patients and their families. Our ICU team includes board-certified, critical care physicians (also referred to as "intensivists"), highly trained nurses and other specialists who are specifically trained in critical care and provide round-the-clock care.

Mercy Medical Center is proud to be the home of the region’s most modern and state-of-the-art Intensive Care Unit. A $16 million renovation and construction project to improve patient care services and operational efficiency in both the ICU and the Ambulatory Services Unit is complete.

The new 16-room Mary E. Davis ICU offers the latest in modern technology, while focusing on the comfort of patients and their families. Each large, private room features direct access to windows or natural light, a pull-out couch for visitors, in-room bathroom facilities and a flat-screen television. Additional design elements include a layout that allows for maximum infection control and good traffic flow, as well as the use of a neutral color scheme to promote a sense of peacefulness.

For more information, please call 413-748-9820.

George E. Karras, Jr., MD, Medical Director of Critical Care and Respiratory Care
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