St. Anthony's Medical Center's John K. Pruellage Heart & Vascular Center was designed to create an ideal patient environment from the windows to the bed placement. Every room has a sleeper sofa for a family member. Even the bathrooms and doorways are designed for optimum ease of access.
- Each patient room is equipped with a wheelchair-accessible private bath, with walk-in shower and durable Silestone quartz sink with motion-activated sensors.
- Four patient rooms on each floor are outfitted with patient lift equipment.
- Monitoring desks are located outside each of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU) rooms, so that clinicians may keep watch on patients without disturbing them.
- Fold-away toilets in each room allow patients to use the bathroom without having their IV tubes disconnected, and enable nurses to stay in the patient’s room.
- Each SICU room is equipped with lift equipment rated to hold up to 600 pounds, which prevents injury to both patients and staff.
- Glass-enclosed blinds offer patient privacy as well as infection control.
- Large nurses’ stations, private conference rooms where physicians and staff can speak to family members, private doctors’ dictation areas and conference rooms.
- New Minimally Invasive Option to Open Heart Surgery10/24/2017
- Nurses Chosen as Finalists for March of Dimes Nurse of the Year10/16/2017
- Surgeon joins St. Anthony’s Breast Care team09/05/2017
- "U.S. News & World Report" Names St. Anthony’s Among Best in Treating Two Conditions08/08/2017
- Vascular Surgeon joins St. Anthony’s Heart & Vascular Institute team08/01/2017