Medical Center of Trinity
Medical Center of Trinity opened in 2012 and is a 236-bed, all private room Joint Commission accredited acute care center. The hospital is strategically located in the tri-county area of Pasco, Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties, near the intersection of State Road (SR) 54 and Little Road in Trinity, Florida. Medical Center of Trinity has established, high quality clinical programs and certifications including: Chest Pain Center accredited by the Society of Chest Pain Centers, Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Center, Accredited Cancer Program by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons, and State Approved Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Program (PCI). Services include Emergency Care, Cancer Care, Cardiac Catheterization Lab, Maternity Center, Diagnostic Imaging Services, Rehabilitation Services, Pediatric ER, Surgery Center, Gynecology and Urology Services, Spine and Joint Care Center, and Minimally Invasive Surgery. Medical Center of Trinity is West Pasco's only hospital to use the da Vinci Surgical System for minimally invasive surgery.
Medical Center of Trinity
Cardiology, Cancer Care, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Radiology, Neurology/Spine Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Urology, Infectious Disease, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Pain Management, Women's Health, and Emergency Medicine
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3 Hours that included basic bloodwork & IV Fluids - Total bill $6,000!!! Not including the doctor, who spent maybe a total of 60 seconds with me. Doctor's Bill - $1,000! Total charges, $7,000!!!!!!!!! This place is unbelievable. Oh wait, wasn't this the hospital chain that Rick Scott was in charge of when they were fined for fraud. Wish I had remembered that sooner. Also have a friend who's hubby had a cat scan done and his insurance was charged $12,000. Turns out, the hospital didn't do a decent job and they had to get it redone. Went to a different hospital, same cat scan - billed insurance $4,000. Seriously, it was the same test done under the same circumstances. And the hospital that only charged $4,000 actually did a better job. Save your money, go somewhere else. THIS PLACE SUCKS!!!!
by Laurie S
February 25, 2014
Would you refer this provider to a family or friend?
No, If I had known how terrible they were I never would have gone.
Did this provider prominently display their diplomas or business license?
No, I never saw one
Does this provider maintain a professional appearance?
Yes, he/she looked very professional
February 03, 2014
If I compare them to others in their field, I wouldn't say they're the worst, but they're definitely not the best. Sometimes I was given a brief greeting when I walked through the door, I think the hospital cares more about the lawn then the patients. I have seen more people working on the lawn, then I have seen nurses. Do not understand the pulling up good flowers just to put in a new color. When they are under staffed on nurses and over staffed on bad ones. We spent a month there and got to see the good and bad. Most of the staff were good some were outstanding, but some were very poor. One was a RT nurse (she knows how she is), told wife the high flow was all they had and she would have to put up with it or have a tube put down her month, the bands on the were cutting into her face. Later a good nurse found some soft pads to put under the bands. One of the others was a ICU nurse, that does not need to be in a hospital. She lies, many times I would come in and find the nurse call button, hanging from the wall on the floor or out of reach, her comment would be she was watching her from out side, She was ether nowhere to be seen or at the nurses station. When asked about asking the Dr. about something she would lie and say she did, when I know she did not. Any time we asked for things IE extra sheet she always question way she needed it. The only time she was around was when she saw a Dr. coming in to see her. The Hospital is as strong as its weakest link and this is just two bad links in this chain, how mare patients do they see everyday, week, or year. We are not the first and I am sure we are not the last. Bad people make for a bad hospital, to bad we did not get all the good people, but I guess if you stay long enough you will run into the bad help. Over all spend more money on good nurses and less on lawn care, and get ride of the bad nurses. And they know who they are.
by Doug McMahon 727-808-4447
January 30, 2014