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Inpatient and Outpatient Care at LincolnHealth - Miles Campus

As a full-service community hospital, the LincolnHealth Miles Campus provides both in-patient and out-patient services. Day surgeries and routine procedures such as a colonoscopy screening or surgery not requiring an overnight stay are offered through our Ambulatory Surgical Unit.

Our Intensive Care and Medical Surgical units are charged with the acute care needs of our community. Both units care for patients that need continuous monitoring due to acute illness, infections, cardiopulmonary disease and pre and post-surgical needs. We offer advanced telemetry monitoring services and 24-hour intensivist coverage. 

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