Service Lines - Our Focus VH Mahoning Valley

Inpatient Services

Vibra can now take short stay patients with chronic conditions and admit patients directly from Emergency Room, physician offices and SNF facilities. 

We can defeat readmissions and manage chronic care patients.

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