Inpatient Services

Our inpatient services are designed to treat medical complexities and enhance the patient’s functional levels. 

Vibra Hospital of Mahoning Valley provides the following:

  • 28 Bed Licensed Hospital
  • Cardiac Monitored Beds
  • Daily Physician Visits
  • Nursing Care
  • Staffing ratio is determined by patient needs
  • RNs with ACLS Certification
  • Respiratory Therapy
  • 24 hour respiratory care, ACLS certification
  • Expertise in ventilator management and weaning.
  • On-Site Dialysis Services
  • Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis
  • IV Management
  • Central line and PICC lines
  • Nutrition Services/Parenteral Nutrition Management
  • Registered dieticians
  • On-Site Ancillary Services
  • Laboratory, radiology, pharmacy, diagnostic support, etc.
  • Bariatric Equipment
  • Equipment (beds, wheelchair, commodes, walkers, etc.) accommodates up to 500 lbs.
  • Case Management, Social Services/Counseling
  • Weekly interdisciplinary team conferences
  • Quality/Risk Management Department

Pulmonary Program
  • Pulmonologist evaluates patients on a daily basis
  • Treatment provided ranges from oxygen and aerosol therapy to ventilator management and weaning
  • Individualized low tolerance rehab program for physical strengthening
  • Bronchial Hygiene Therapies
  • Tracheostomy care, weaning, and decannulation
  • CPAP & BIPAP support
  • Chest tubes
  • Isolation rooms for TB and other infections
  • Diagnoses may include respiratory failure, ventilator dependency, COPD, Pheumothorax, TB, CHF, Pneumonia
  • Pulmonary rehab program is designed for patients that have an acute relapse of a chronic pulmonary condition. This program combines medical management of the pulmonary condition, with focus on nutrition management, physical/occupational therapy, and endurance training.

Medically Complex Program
  • Specialist physicians to treat patients with multiple diagnoses
  • Patients accepted directly from the Intensive Care Unit to continue treatment plans
  • Telemetry and Pulse Ox Monitoring
  • IV medication drips for anticoagulation, heart rhythm abnormalities, sedation, heart failure
  • Bedside hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, including vent/dialysis management
  • IV or enteral nutritional support
  • IV antibiotic therapy
  • Isolation rooms
  • Diagnoses may include renal failure, cardiovascular disease, post surgical complications, infectious disease, multisystem complications, trauma, and neurological disease

Wound Management Program
  • Wounds are managed by infectious disease physicians, surgeons (including plastic surgeons) and podiatrists
  • Wound care nurse directs nursing intervention and evaluation of healing process with photograph documentation
  • Bedside debridement to promote healing
  • Specialty beds
  • Nutritional evaluation with supportive products to achieve nutritional health
  • State-of-the-art wound care products
  • Patient/family education
  • Diagnoses may include post-surgical wounds, amputations, pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers, burns, osteomyelitis, and chronic non-healing wounds