New home for ICU creates more space for patients, families and staff


After months of planning, Memorial Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit has moved to its new, temporary home in preparation for an expanded ICU as part of the hospital’s new Patient Tower. The tower is scheduled for completion in 2026. 

In the video below, Marie DeStefano, Director of the ICU, ER and 6 South, and Kelly Eash, Manager of the ICU, share what the move means for our patients, families and staff. Plus, watch until the end to see members of the ICU team and hospital leadership gathered to share memories and a sparkling juice toast before demo begins in the old ICU.

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