Critical Care Medicine  

At Sterling Hospitals Rajkot, critical care specialists provide advanced care for patients with life-threatening injuries and illnesses. These experts provide advanced monitoring and care for patients who have undergone major surgeries, experienced trauma, or have other critical medical needs.  

People with life-threatening injuries and illnesses need critical care. Critical care involves close, constant attention by a team of specially trained health professionals. It usually takes place in an intensive care unit (ICU) or trauma centre.  

Problems that might need critical care treatment include the following:  

  • Complications from surgery  

  • Accidents, heart attack  

  • Stroke, infections  

  • Severe breathing problems  

  • Premature birth  

  • Poisoning  

  • Gunshot or stabbing wounds  

  • A fall, burns  

  • Drug reaction  

  • Drug overdose   

  • Industrial accident  

Our critical care team is made up of specially trained doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals who are available 24/7 to provide a full spectrum of services. 

We prioritize a team-based approach to care through our Critical Care and Multidisciplinary Program. Our intensivists lead a team of experienced professionals, including resident physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, respiratory therapists, vascular access specialists, physical and occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, and nurses.  

We work closely with doctors from a variety of specialties, such as anesthesiology, pulmonary medicine, cardiovascular medicine, cardiovascular surgery, neurosurgery, neurology, nephrology, pediatrics, surgery, and transplant medicine. Together, our team provides high-quality and safe critical care in operating rooms, ICUs, and other hospital settings. At Sterling Hospitals Rajkot, we prioritize patient-centered care to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.  

  Our hospital's critical care department is staffed by a multidisciplinary team that treats a wide range of illnesses, including those involving multiple organs. We have significant expertise in treating patients with infectious, gastroenterological, and liver-related conditions.  


  • Our 36-bed CCU is equipped with the latest multipara monitors and invasive and non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring systems. We have an unprecedented 1:2 ventilator-to-bed ratio, and an ideal 1:1 nurse-to-bed ratio. Our team of critical care specialists, pulmonologists, anesthesiologists, and trained nursing and paramedical staff are available 24/7 to provide expert care for a wide range of non-cardiac emergencies, including ARDS, acute neurological emergencies, acute ventilator failure, toxicological emergencies, complex electrolyte imbalances, septic shocks, and postoperative medical emergencies. 

  • To prevent the spread of infections, we have a dedicated isolation room ICU that features both positive and negative ventilation. We also have a specialized unit for treating liver-related critical care patients. 

  • Our team provides advanced care, including high-end hemodynamic monitoring, invasive neuro monitoring, ECMO, and CRRT. We use point of care ultrasound and 2D echo to evaluate and monitor patients in the ICU. 

  • In addition to our critical care services, we also offer comprehensive rehabilitation services, which involve early nutrition, mobilization of patients, physiotherapy, core body strength restoration, and patient motivation. 

  • To support patients and their families, we provide extensive counseling services. Our primary goal is to provide the best possible critical care and help patients achieve successful recoveries. 



Our Experts

Our Experts