Critical Care/Intensive Care Unit
At Southern California Hospital at Culver City, critical care for patients with life-threatening injuries and illnesses takes place in our intensive care unit (ICU). Our team of specially-trained healthcare professionals provides around-the-clock monitoring and treatment for those who need it most. Board-certified ICU physicians work closely with nurses, medical/surgical specialists, respiratory therapists, and staff members to offer the highest quality of care and services.
Common conditions which may require treatment in the ICU include the following:
- Heart failure
- Respiratory (lung) failure
- Traumatic brain injury
- Ruptured brain aneurysm
We believe that loved ones are an important part of the healing process. Visitors to Southern California Hospital at Culver City ICU must first pick up a visitor pass at the main security desk. Passes must be worn at all times, in all areas of the hospital, and returned when leaving.
Please note that flowers are not allowed in the ICU, and any food or gifts should be first checked with the nurse for approval.
Our hospital is conveniently located in the heart of Culver City between Venice and Culver boulevards at 3828 Delmas Terrace. For information about our ICU, (310) 836-7000.