Critical Care at Horizon We understand having a loved one in hospital can be an emotional experience; this is especially true when this person is experiencing life-threatening health problems.Horizon’s critical care physicians, nurses and other health care providers have advanced training in life support and caring for severely ill and injured patients, as well as for those who are recovering from major surgery. We are affiliated with Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick.Our critical care units, including Intensive Care Units (ICUs), provide specialized services and care to patients while supporting their family and friends during difficult times.The following units are a collaborative effort between physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, personal care attendants, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, dietitians, and social workers. They all work together to provide coordinated care for our critically ill and injured patients. Medical/Surgical ICUs For patients requiring advanced monitoring and care who have had or may need major surgery, or who have one or more complex medical conditions Locations: Horizon’s Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital Horizon’s Miramichi Regional Hospital Horizon’s Saint John Regional Hospital Horizon’s The Moncton Hospital Coronary Care Units For patients experiencing heart and medical conditions requiring advanced cardiac/heart monitoring and interventions Locations: Horizon’s Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital Horizon’s Miramichi Regional Hospital Horizon’s Saint John Regional Hospital Horizon’s The Moncton Hospital Concentrated Care Unit For any patient needing constant supervision and advanced medical care Location: Horizon’s Upper River Valley Hospital Neuro ICU For patients who experience traumatic brain injuries, strokes, and other brain-related illnesses, and require advanced monitoring and care Location: Horizon’s The Moncton Hospital Tips for spending time with a patient in critical care: Say reassuring statements such as, “You’re doing great and making progress.”Use a dry erase board to communicate if your loved one is having trouble speaking but can write.Bring a book and read to them, or play soft music. Families, patients, and staff in all of our facilities can contact Horizon’s Patient Representative Services for information, support, encouragement and assistance: 1-844-225-0220 (toll-free).