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Home Based Critical Care

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Key Components of ICU at Home

ICU at Home provides high dependency care services to patients who are no longer in the acute phase of their illness but are not fully ready for an ICU discharge.

Skilled Nursing Care
24x7 Vital Monitoring
IV Administration
Equipment Handling
Pressure Ulcer Prevention
Care of Tubes and Catheters
Infection Control
Wound Dressing
DVT Prevention
Activities of Daily Living
Pschological Counselling

Doctor-driven treatment plan

Hospital-level quality

Highly trained staff

Family Support and Inclusion

Improved overall quality of life

Customer rating of 4.8/5

Why choose ICU at home?

Ensure the best quality critical care at the place you know best

ICU at home can reduce your overall length of stay at the hospital and ensure faster recovery in the comfort of your home.

ICU at home enables inclusion of the family and loved ones in the process of recovery so that the patients experience relatively less stress and anxiety.

24x7 supervision by multidisciplinary expert team including specialist doctors, skilled nurses, and therapists.

Constant medical supervision and skilled nursing care prevents complications, reduces the risk of hospital-acquired infections, and limits the risk of falls.

We meet an extensive array of critical care needs

We offer the Best Compassionate and Personalized Healthcare in your comfort zone. Call us today.

  • Prolonged ICU stays
  • Terminally ill lung patient
  • Ventilator at home
  • Cancer care
  • Stroke care
  • Accident cases
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Meet Our Experts

With you, at every step of the way.

With you, at every step of the way.

Multidisciplinary team of 1500+ professionals including doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, dieticians & psychologists.

Hear from the Healed

Happy patients share their kind words and experiences.

Overall rating

Always emergency ready


My husband was treated on home ventilation for 22 months with ZERO incident of VAP (ventilator-associated pneumonia) and no deterioration on bedsore. HCAH Team was highly trained and was accountable. They are always emergency ready. The whole team of...
HCAH was very professional and responsive.

Ms. Patni, Wife of Mr. Ashok Patni

ICU at home saved my mother's life


My mother's COPD treatment had left her emotionally exhausted and she had started feeling like a burden on the family. She didn't want to leave home again. We are very lucky to have found HCAH. They arranged ventilator support and tracheostomy care f...
or her at home and monitored her vitals regularly. HCAH has a great support team specially trained in providing advanced care for ICU patients in serious condition. My mother started showing signs of improvement very soon after this treatment was initiated. We couldn't be more grateful. Thank you, HCAH!

Mr. Harpreet Singh

50% less than the hospital cost


For three weeks, my brother was admitted with MSSA to the ICU in a multispecialty hospital. He was bedridden, had developed urinary tract infection, and had multiple intubations and tracheotomies. After three weeks in the hospital, we stepped down to...
ICU at home. Now our daily cost of treatment has significantly reduced, and my brother is recovering well. Thank you, HCAH!

Ms. Shilpa Rao
Successful recovery stories
Years of home care experience
ICU days managed at home

Treated Patients Coming from Leading Hospitals

Frequently Asked Questions

ICU at home refers to the provision of intensive care services in a patient's home setting. It includes continuous monitoring, advanced medical equipment, and specialized care typically found in hospital ICUs. This service is for patients who need intensive care but prefer or benefit from being in a home environment.

The cost to set up an ICU at home varies based on the equipment required, the duration of care, the region, and the services provided. It can range from moderately expensive to very costly, depending on the complexity of the patient's needs.

Yes, with advancements in home healthcare, some patients can transition directly from ICU to home, especially if they have stabilized but still require intensive monitoring and care. This decision is made based on the patient's medical condition, the availability of home ICU services, and the preference of the patient and family.

The duration of an ICU stay varies based on the patient's condition and the reason for admission. While some patients may only require a short stay of a day or two, others with severe conditions might remain in the ICU for weeks. The average stay is typically a few days.

The cost of ICU per day in India varies widely based on the city, the hospital, and the services required. On average, it can range from INR 15,000 to INR 50,000 or more per day. It's essential to check with specific hospitals for accurate pricing.

Recovery after an ICU stay varies based on the reason for admission and the patient's overall health. While some may recover within days or weeks, others might take months or even longer, especially if they experienced a severe illness or injury. Post-ICU syndrome, characterized by physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges, can also impact recovery.

Life support in ICU refers to medical interventions that maintain vital bodily functions when organs fail or are not working properly. This includes mechanical ventilation for breathing, dialysis for kidney function, heart-lung machines, and medications to support heart function and blood pressure.

The chance of survival after ICU depends on the patient's age, overall health, the reason for ICU admission, and the quality of care received. While many patients recover and return to their normal lives, some may experience long-term complications. Survival rates have improved over the years due to advancements in critical care medicine.

ICU charges are high due to several reasons:

  • Advanced Equipment: ICUs are equipped with sophisticated medical devices for continuous monitoring and life support.
  • High Staff-to-Patient Ratio: ICU patients require intensive care, leading to a higher number of medical staff per patient.
  • Specialized Care: ICU staff are specially trained to handle critical conditions, and their expertise comes at a premium.
  • Medications and Treatments: The drugs and treatments in ICUs are often more expensive.
  • Infrastructure: Maintaining a sterile and controlled environment in the ICU is costly.