MINISTRY OF HEALTH TRABZON PROVİNCİAL HEALTH DİRECTORATE SBU KANUNİ TRAİNİNG AND RESEARCH HOSPİTAL

MINISTRY OF HEALTH TRABZON PROVİNCİAL HEALTH DİRECTORATE SBU KANUNİ TRAİNİNG AND RESEARCH HOSPİTAL

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Intensive Care Units

Updated: 08/10/2019

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As Intensive Care Units of Kanuni Training and Research Hospital, our aims are to provide medical support required for all patients needing intensive care and to offer the most appropriate and contemporary treatment methods by following the latest medical developments. Our intensive cares provide service for adult, child and neonatal age groups twenty four hours a day.

Our adult intensive care units have 50 beds in total. They are composed of two internal medicine intensive cares, one neurology intensive care, one surgical intensive care and one anesthesia intensive care. Visit hours are between 12:00 and 13:00. In terms of patient health, visits are limited to one person per patient and they should be performed as quickly as possible.Patient relatives are informed by chief doctor after visit hours on weekdays. Information is not given outside of visit hours except for emergency situations.

Our child intensive care unit is on Numune Campus. It has a capacity of 6 beds and its visit hours are between 14:00 and 14:30.Information is given after visit on weekdays.

Our neonatal intensive care unit is on Numune Campus and has a capacity of 35 beds. Babies who areborn in our hospital and required to stay in intensive care and those babies who are born in outside centers and whose follow-up and treatment are planned to be performed in our clinic areadmitted to stay in our clinic.

VISIT RULES OF NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE

1. 
Day and evening visit hours in our unit are 14.00-14.30 and 19.00-19.10, respectively.     Visit duration can change according to doctor’s/nurse’s decision as well as patient’s status. Visit hours can be interrupted during emergency situations and intensive care interventions.

2. 
Information about the status of babies staying in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit are given to first degree relatives between 14:00 and 14:30 on weekdays by chief doctor. Information is not given in evening and weekend visits.

3. 
For the health and safety of our babies, visitors other than mother or father are not accepted.

4. 
Unless there is an unusual situation, patient relatives are not informed by phone.