|Intensive Care Unit (ICU)|
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Belize Medical Associates is the only private hospital in Belize with a complete 2 bed Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Our state-of-the-art ICU is designed to care for patients with critical, life-threatening conditions. This ICU opened in 2004. Here, you will receive care from Belize’s only qualified and certified Intensivist who is specialized in treating critically ill patients.
Intensive care patients come in all guises: multiple trauma (car accidents), burns, cardiac arrest, head injuries, semi-comatose or overwhelming sepsis (when the body shuts down). Our state-of-the-art unit comes fully equipped with a ventilator, blood gas analyzer, advanced patient monitoring by trained ICU nurses and specialists, with on-site access to life-saving technologies.
Patients are managed by a team that includes critical care specialists and all other specialists who provide comprehensive care that meets your needs. The ICU at Belize Medical Associates is also equipped with critical care nurses whose job it is to look after their assigned patient and monitor all aspects of their care.
Almost a year has passed since I was treated by you at your hospital in Belize. At the time I was on the Carnival Cruise Ship Glory and sent to your hospital with pneumonia.
I would like to sincerely thank the entire staff of Belize Medical Associates Hospital for taking such a good care of me during my recent stay.
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
On December 23rd, 2010 our wife/mother unfortunately got very sick on our Caribbean dream–trip.
Dear Dr. Cawich,
Allegra and I cannot begin to thank you for all the special care you afforded her during her brief stay at Belize Medical Associates.
I am writing to express my heartfelt thanks for all the quality expertise and service received while in critical care at the Belize Medical Associates in May 2009.
Hi Dr. Gough,
You saved our mom and we will be forever greatful for that. My mom said that she would one day like to come to Belize to see you in person and to also give her thanks and gratitude!
Dear Dr. Musa and Staff,
Greetings Dr. Cuellar,
On Monday I saw my regular doctor, she was very impressed with my care in Belize. I was told that I was okay and do not have to come back.