ICU Capital Campaign

Critical Care - Critically Important

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MAIL Make your check payable to the "Excela Health ICU Capital Campaign" and mail to:
Patti Buhl
Excela Health Marketing Department
226 Donohoe Road, Suite 111
Greensburg, PA 15601

CALL For more information, please contact:
Patti Buhl, Manager, Community Relations at 724-689-0202

ONLINE You can make a donation of $25 or more online using your credit card by clicking the link below.

About the ICU Capital Campaign

Serving the population of Westmoreland County and beyond, the number of patients admitted to the ICU continues to grow beyond predicted numbers at Westmoreland Hospital.  In fiscal year 2014 (July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014), nearly 1,150 patients were admitted to the ICU, a number well beyond the anticipated 675 patients for that same time period.  Of those, some 200 were open heart patients, not surprising given that heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in Pennsylvania and Westmoreland County.  Further, incidence of stroke and accidents rank high on Westmoreland County’s list of risk factors, all of which demonstrate a true need for the high level care found in an ICU.

Through your generosity, you can help us realize the kinds of renovations needed to bring state-of-the-art critical care to our region – the kind of care that provides a healing environment along with the technology to care for complex patient needs.

The New Critical Care Suite

The design for the new critical care suite is based on extensive evidence-based research and front line staff engagement regarding the optimal healing environment.

  • Thirty-two (32) spacious patient rooms with private bathrooms and designated family space.
  • Calm, healing color scheme and access to natural light.
  • In-room controls for television, lighting, bed and climate.
  • Smart room technology for immediate communication between patient and staff, patient education and entertainment.
  • State-of-the-art medical technology to manage complex patient care needs.
  • Ergonomic advances such as ceiling mounted mobility devices improving safety for patients and staff.
  • Bedside availability of supplies and treatment tools to enhance the nurse-patient interaction.
  • Centralized and bedside workstations to visualize patients at all times.
  • Open lobby with greeter for visitors exiting the elevator.
  • Comfortable private consultation room.