Neonatal ICU - MB3B
This 22-bed Level 3 neonatal intensive care unit includes a subsequent step-down area. The unit serves a diverse patient population, including premature infants and those with cardiac, surgical, and multisystems dysfunction. The neonatal ICU has a specially educated nurse-respiratory therapist transport team available that transports critically ill infants to and from the Mayo Clinic.
Pediatric ICU - MB3G
This 16-bed pediatric intensive care unit specializes in the care of critically ill children and their families. The unit is also the designated Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Unit. The pediatric ICU deals with a wide variety of pediatric subspecialties, all focusing on family-centered care for the pediatric-age patient requiring intensive care or close monitoring. Pediatric ICU patients consist of a variety of medical and surgical specialties including BMT; trauma, liver and renal transplants; orthopedics; general surgery; and cardiac, respiratory, neurological, and complex medical problems requiring ongoing nursing observation, intervention, and assessment. A pediatric transport team, consisting of specially educated RNs and respiratory therapists, is available for transport of critical or seriously ill infants and children both to and from the Mayo Clinic.
Pediatrics - FR 3C/2B
This 43-bed medical/surgical general care pediatrics unit's population includes infants, toddlers, school-aged children, and teens. Children and teens are admitted for a wide variety of reasons including trauma, acute illness, chronic illness, surgery, and cytotoxic medication administration. Family-centered care is encouraged by providing all private rooms which include a parent sleep area. There is a Child Life Program that provides emotional support and preparation for the patients. An infant/toddler playroom, playroom for school-age children, and a teen lounge are areas for play and diversion.