The Connelly Intensive Care Unit for adult patients is equipped with a specially designed sling and monorail system that moves non-ambulatory patients in and out of the ICU. The climate-controlled building includes scales in the floor that allow for monitoring patient weight gain and loss, vital for regulating fluid balance in critically ill patients. All stalls in both the adult and neonatal wings are equipped with oxygen, medical air and suction lines to treat intensive care patients.
The hospital's Graham French Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is designed to accommodate the special needs of critically ill neonatal patients. It has wall mats to prevent injury, hardware for hanging intravenous infusion pumps, hot air blankets and other specialized equipment in each stall. Ventilators offer support for patients with respiratory problems. Specially designed stalls allow mares to see their foals without disrupting the neonate's medical care.