If you or a loved one needs extra medical attention for a serious injury or illness, trust the highly skilled medical team at Mount Auburn Hospital—a Harvard-affiliated hospital—to provide the intensive care needed to get well.
24/7 Patient-Focused Care
Expect round-the-clock, closely monitored critical care from an expert team of doctors and medical staff—all supported by the latest advances in life-saving technology.
Your compassionate intensive care medical team will work together with you, your primary care provider and any other necessary specialists to deliver a well-rounded treatment plan tailored to your individual needs. Your multidisciplinary care team may include:
- Intensivist – Doctor specially trained in critical care
- Resident physicians
- Critical care nurse
- Respiratory therapy specialist
- Emergency medicine personnel
- Social worker
And because a physician trained in both pulmonary (lung) and critical care medicine is available 24 hours a day, you’re always within reach of the best care possible.
Conditions We Treat in Critical Care
Find the highest standards of comprehensive treatment in our intensive care units for conditions such as:
- Breathing problems, including respiratory failure
- Kidney failure
- Life-threatening illnesses of any organ system
- Circulatory shock – Critical drop in blood pressure
- Surgery recovery
- Neurologic disorders
Leading the Field of Intensive Care
Feel confident in your care team knowing they’re part of Mount Auburn Hospital’s Intensivist Program, which leads the field in training physicians to provide sophisticated care to the critically ill. This means your doctor is acutely aware of every aspect of your care and is trained to detect emerging complications or illnesses before they affect your health or treatment plan.
In fact, many Mount Auburn intensivists are board certified in three or four different specialties, bringing you a holistic, consistent approach to your treatment.