Benghazi, Libya

Intensive care unit

Our 24-hour Intensive Care Unit provides dedicated, continuous, specialized care to critically ill patients with a variety of medical or surgical conditions who require complex multi-organ support. The unit has a total of 18 beds.
The Critical Care Unit is staffed by a dynamic and motivated multidisciplinary team of Consultant Intensivists, Critical Care Resident Medical Officers, Critical Care Nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapist, dietitians and nurses, specializing in the management of acute pain.


Medical beds


Surgical beds
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

This is the level of care for babies with the highest need for support. Often these babies will have been born before 28 weeks’ gestation, or be very unwell after birth. You might have been transferred to a different hospital that has a neonatal intensive care unit before your baby was born. This is usually because the staff feels your baby would benefit from this level of care, but that it is safer to transfer your baby before they are born.

At a neonatal intensive care unit, all levels of care may also be given to babies from the local area.