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Intensive Care

Intensive Care

At Morristown Medical Center, we offer many levels of critical care, including neuro trauma, surgical trauma, intensive care and pulmonary diseases and critical care medicine.

Many neuro, surgical and pulmonary diseases are treated in the intensive care unit (ICU). Being in the ICU is never easy, whether you are a patient or family member. In order to make your stay more comfortable, we will assist you in easing this stressful time. Learn more >

We work as a multi-disciplinary team to provide the best care. Learn about the type of care that your family member or loved one will receive while in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Morristown Medical Center:

Introduction to the Intensive Care Unit

ICU Nursing Care

The Role of the Intensivist

The Role of the Resident

The Role of the Patient and Family Support Specialist

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The Role of the Patient and Family Support Specialist

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Thrive: ICU Survivors Peer Support Group

 Survivors of critical illness and their adult family members and caregivers can connect with others who are experiencing similar challenges during recovery. The group is led by social work staff and a peer lived experience volunteer.   Thrive is meeting virtually via secure videoconferencing. Please call 973-971-5699 to register at least one week prior to your first day attending the group.