Medical Center of Trinity visiting guidelines are in place to protect the privacy of patients, and to provide a restful, healing environment while allowing patients the comfort of welcomed visitors.
The nurse responsible for each patient's care reserves the right to limit visitation based on the needs of that patient, their roommate and other patients on the unit. Visitors who are not compliant with rules, are loud or disruptive, or disturb the privacy and rest of patients will be asked to leave.
Patients have the absolute right to limit or decline visitors.
Any individual, child or adult, who has symptoms of, or has been exposed to, a communicable illness or infection should not visit hospital patients. Symptoms may include coughing, sneezing, runny nose, fever, rash, diarrhea, or vomiting within the past 24 hours.
Visitors are asked to check with a nurse before bringing food, beverages, medications or electrical appliances to patients.
Medical Center of Trinity has an open visitation policy. Visitation hours are designated at the discretion of the patient.
Located on the first floor near the visitor elevators, the Café provides breakfast, lunch and dinner: hot entrées, soup, sweets and a self-serve deli and salad bar.
Subway is located in the Medical Center of Trinity Café. This facility features a wide variety of food and beverages, both hot and cold selections. Seating is available for eat-in dining or orders may be prepared for take-out.
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Interpreter services are available upon request. Please speak to your nurse for more information.
Pastoral Services provide care and counseling to patients and families during times of illness, injury and crisis. Please call (727) 834-4018 if you are in need of Pastoral Services.
Tobacco and Electronic Cigarette Policy
Medical Center of Trinity is a tobacco and electronic cigarette free campus, therefore, use of these products is not allowed anywhere on the campus, including parking lots. Our Tobacco-Free Policy is intended to create a healthier environment for everyone who comes here to receive care, visit a friend or family member, or work. Thank you for your cooperation.