Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine – Vinmec Central Park International Hospital


Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine of Vinmec Central Park International Hospital works during 24/24h everyday including Saturday, Sunday and Festival holidays

Doctors and nurses team are intensively trained and are capable of receiving, managing emergency and critical cases. Patients in Emergency Medicine are provided with care by multidisciplinary teams (team-based care). Patients are examined, diagnosed promptly, reliably and accurately. Patients are received intensive care at emergency condition which helps them to overcome critical condition and become stable

Our Doctors
  • Emergency unit
  • In Vinmec Central Park, emergency examination room system is designed and arranged into 8 single beds, procedure room, decontamination room, gastric lavage in poisoning cases, 2 isolation rooms which facilitates treating and providing care to patients in emergency cases

  • Emergency rooms are equipped with advanced equipment and devices which are capable of providing  multidisciplinary care at the same time  


  •  Intensive Care Unit
  • Intensive care system comprises 5 beds, 4 negative pressure isolation rooms are designed and located in a separate area for the purpose of completed isolation such as surgical intensive care (organ transplant), medical intensive care or infectious diseases transmitted by droplet contact


  • Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine is equipped with advanced devices and machines such as:

  • Continuous dialysis machine, Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), mechanical ventilator

  • PiCCO, Swanganz Intensive hemodynamic monitoring devices for effective treatment in severe life-threatening cases

  • Advanced therapeutic hypothermia machine facilitates an effective treatment in coma and minimizing cerebral lesion due to   due to cardiac arrest

  • RO water treatment system for dialysis in accordance with American standards

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  • Flexible bronchoscopy is a method of accurate diagnosis and effective treatment such as broncholavage, phlegm aspiration

  • Non-invasive and invasive artificial ventilation with the most modern breathing modes for intrapleural and extrapleural diseases

  • Management of Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD), percutaneous and transvenous emergency temporary pacemarker insertion for arrhythmia and hemodynamic disorders

  • Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) for organs failure or severe poisoning

  • Pericardiocentesis and pleurocentesis, emergency thoracocentesis

  • Hemostasis for management of esophageal varices  and rupture with Blakemore or Sengstaken-Blakemore tube

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