Atrium Medical Center (Atrium) special services are put in place to enhance the experience of patients and visitors. Among them, our on-site pharmacy offers enhanced convenience, and chaplains are available at any time to offer spiritual support.
If you are a patient at Atrium and if you are in need of dialysis services, we will provide those services on site.
Through the years, hospital care has changed to bring about a newer type of physician called a hospitalist. A hospitalist is a board-certified physician whose main job is the coordination of care for patients in the hospital and for patients preparing for a hospital stay.
Hospital medicine is the fastest growing specialty in the United States. The Premier Health Hospitalist group provides this care at all of Premier Health's hospital facilities. Our team of hospitalists will oversee your inpatient care and might work with other physicians who are part of your care team, such as a surgeon or a cardiologist.
Hospitalists are concerned with a patient's overall health, not just the condition for which the patient has been admitted to the hospital. A hospitalist gets the right specialists involved and also works to properly hand off care to the patient's primary physician or the next caregiver when the patient leaves the hospital. The most important part of a hospitalist's role is to communicate conditions, findings, treatments, and results with all physicians involved.
Intensive Care (ICU)
The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Atrium is dedicated to providing acute care and treatment to patients after a serious trauma, major surgery, or other serious illness or injury.
Pain is one of the most frequent reasons patients seek medical care. The pain management services at Atrium offer relief to patients with chronic pain.
Palliative care at Atrium is a partnership among the patient, medical specialists and family with the goal to relieve suffering and provide the best possible quality of life for individuals facing the pain, symptoms and stresses of serious illness.
Patient Transport Services
Atrium can assist with patient transport needs by wheelchair or stretcher and our staff will gladly help schedule regular or emergent transports when needed.
For your convenience, there is a pharmacy located at Atrium. The pharmacy offers prescription medications, over-the-counter medications and supplies, medical supplies, and personal hygiene items.
Atrium is committed to meeting the special needs you may have. We have a variety of resources available including phones for the hearing impaired and interpreters. We also welcome service animals (except in areas where special infection control precautions, such as isolation rooms, surgery or labor and delivery where gowns, gloves, or masks are required).
Content Updated: April 5, 2017