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.
ServicesCardiology, 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
We were concerned about this facility after reading some of the negative reviews, but have been extremely pleased and impressed with the whole experience. Pre op a couple weeks ago and now post surgery (spinal cord stimulator implant). Everyone from the volunteers to the nurses, physical therapists, and cafeteria staff has been so professional and helpful. Honestly, this is the best hospital we have been in, and we've been to several over the past few years. The building is new, clean and uncrowded. Rooms are spacious, private, quiet and comfortable. The nurses are truly outstanding. It is obvious that they enjoy their jobs and care about the patients.
I go Trinity ER, I was asked by and explained the situation to 4 different nurses, one said "You should have gone back to bayonet point, but we will TRY to get you in!" (I should have known then that they didn't want to help me) We watched an entire waiting room empty,and new people come in and be helped, after almost 3HRS I had to leave, I cant SIT or STAND that is all you do in a waiting room! I never made it past the waiting room! I was told that they were real busy and they were trying to figure out WHAT to DO WITH ME?!
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