The Treatment Room (our wildlife's version of an emergency room) serves as the first area patients are brought to in the rehabilitation process. In this room, patients are examined, assessed, and thorough treatment plans are formed. When patients need to be sedated or anesthetized for surgical procedures, they are also completed in this room where our highly trained staff monitors them closely.
- Examination tables
- Ophthalmoscopes (for examination of patient's eyes)
- ECG machine (for monitoring patient's vital signs during surgical procedures)
- Our in-house diagnostic laboratory
When patients are admitted who have immediate life-threatening injuries, they will likely be placed in the Intensive Care Unit. The Intensive Care Unit serves as an isolated room where patients can be stabilized, closely monitored, and maintained in a stress-free environment. Closed-circuit high definition network cameras are placed in each enclosure in order to allow our highly trained staff to remotely monitor patients as they are stabilized without the stress of peering into their enclosures.
- Closed-circuit high definition network cameras (for intensive monitoring of patients)
- Incubators (for warming hypothermic patients)
- Oxygen Tents (for providing supplemental oxygen and oxygen therapy)
- Syringe Fluid Pump (to provide fluid therapy by placed IV or IO catheters)