State-of-the-Art Vent and Trachea Care Unit

Located in West Warwick, Rhode Island, West View Nursing’s state-of-the-art Certified Vent Care Unit, led by Board Certified Pulmonologist, Dr. Rabih El-Biziri, MD, provides long and short-term support, top-rated nursing care and spacious rooms catering to the critical care needs of residents who depend on ventilators for respiratory support or who have required a tracheostomy.

At West View Nursing, our Vent and Respiratory Care Unit is dedicated to providing unparalleled treatment to a diverse range of patients encountering a variety of pulmonary issues, including Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and those grappling with neuromuscular and pulmonary diseases, head traumas, or strokes.

Utilizing state-of-the-art vent technology and innovative medical interventions, we ensure optimal respiratory support and management for individuals with COPD and other pulmonary conditions. From personalized ventilation strategies to specialized respiratory therapy programs, our ventilator unit prioritizes patient well-being, comfort, and safety at every step of the treatment process.

Our specialized team of healthcare professionals is equipped with advanced training and expertise to deliver comprehensive care tailored to each patient’s unique needs.

This interdisciplinary squad, comprising respiratory therapists, physicians, nurses, pulmonologists, dietitians, occupational, physical, and speech therapists, as well as social workers and recreation therapists, collaborates seamlessly to ensure the highest quality of life for our respiratory care residents.

“As the physician overseeing our vent and trachea care unit at West View Nursing, our team is dedicated to delivering exceptional care and achieving positive outcomes for our patients. We prioritize individualized treatment plans and evidence-based practices to optimize ventilator management and enhance quality of life. Our commitment is reflected in the daily progress we witness, as we strive to uphold the highest standards of care and compassion for each patient under our supervision.” – Dr. Rabih El-Biziri, MD

For more information please call us at (401) 828-9000 or email