The medical professionals at Florida Hospital Ocala formerly Munroe Regional Medical Center provide 24-hour monitoring and acute care for critically ill patients in our critical care unit. The unit is staffed by physician intensivists trained in critical care medicine, nurses, and therapists experienced in implementing a mobility program to benefit our patients.
The critical care unit is equipped with advanced technology and specialties including cardiothoracic intensive care, acute coronary care, neurosurgery intensive care, therapeutic hypothermia, electrophysiology lab and interventional radiology. Together with the support of vital equipment, our Rapid Response Team is able to swiftly attend to critical patients with the goal of intervening when health conditions deteriorate.
The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Florida Hospital Ocala formerly Munroe Regional Medical Center has received the Beacon Award from American Association of Critical Care Nurses, (AACN). This award recognizes the nation's top critical care units. Our ICU is the only five-time Beacon Award recipient in the state of Florida and is only one of six in the nation to receive this distinction four or more times.