Emergency rooms in Tampa, Trinity, Lutz and Palm Harbor

Important Information


Your safety, above all else - ER 24/7

When the unexpected happens, you want the best possible care, close to home.

We understand a visit to the ER can be stressful. At our Medical Center of Trinity emergency rooms (ER), we're ready to handle any situation—either non-life-threatening or critical illnesses and injuries— with compassion and skill.

We provide these advanced emergency services 24/7 in four convenient locations: our main campus Medical Center of Trinity ER, ER 24/7 in Citrus Park, ER 24/7 in Lutz and ER 24/7 in Palm Harbor.

If you think you may be experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 immediately. For more information on emergency care services, please call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (727) 834-5630.

State-of-the-art emergency care

Our team of experienced emergency room doctors and certified nurses understand a visit to the ER can be stressful. We're ready to handle any situation with compassion and skill, from non-life threatening medical concerns to critical illnesses and injuries.

In our facilities, we bring nationally accredited emergency care right to your neighborhood in Pasco, Hillsborough and northern Pinellas counties.

In each of our ERs we offer the following:

  • Advanced facilities and technology
  • Convenient access 24/7
  • ER wait times below the national average
  • On-site diagnostic services, including computed tomography, X-ray and laboratory services
  • Diagnostic ultrasound at your bedside

Nationally recognized emergency care for chest pain, heart attack and stroke

We have received the following national recognition to our commitment to excellent emergency care:

Emergency conditions we treat

We treat all emergency conditions. Some of the most common include:

  • Bone fractures
  • Concussions
  • Injuries
  • Digestive disorders, such as diarrhea and vomiting
  • Heart and vascular conditions, such as chest pain, heart attack and stroke
  • Urinary tract and other infections

When should you go to the ER?

If you are experiencing any of the following conditions, you should go to your nearest ER:

  • Chest pain lasting two minutes or more
  • Confusion or change in mental status
  • Coughing or vomiting blood
  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • Fracture/bone injury
  • Severe or persistent vomiting or diarrhea
  • Sudden dizziness, weakness or change in vision
  • Sudden or severe pain
  • Uncontrolled bleeding

Our emergency care team

Our highly trained emergency physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals are experts in their fields. Our emergency care team includes:

  • Board-certified ER physicians
  • Certified emergency nurses
  • Emergency physician assistants and nurse practitioners
  • Paramedics

Stroke emergency care

A stroke can be a devastating, life-threatening event that requires immediate medical attention. In fact, time is the most critical element when treating a stroke to achieve the best possible recovery. Our ER provides rapid-response stroke treatment close to home, including:

  • Experienced emergency care professionals trained in stroke care
  • Specialized stroke care available 24/7
  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Nonsurgical treatments using advanced drugs and procedures to dissolve or remove clots
  • Comprehensive rehabilitation services

Chest pain and heart attack emergency treatment

If you or a loved one experiences chest pain, it can be very frightening. Our ERs offer comprehensive services based on proven techniques for chest pain and heart attack care. If your heart condition requires other additional treatment, our experienced heart specialists provide cardiac catheterization and open-heart surgery.

Heart attack symptoms

Men and women may experience different symptoms when having a heart attack.

Heart attack symptoms in men typically include:

  • Chest or arm pain
  • Shortness of breath
  • Arm and stomach discomfort
  • Back and neck discomfort
  • Dizziness or nausea
  • Breaking out in a cold sweat

Heart attack symptoms in women typically include:

  • Pain in the jaw, shoulders or upper back
  • Shortness of breath
  • Unusual fatigue
  • Dizziness, nausea and sudden weakness
  • Anxiety
  • Breaking out in a cold sweat

What's the difference between a freestanding ER and an urgent care center?

A freestanding ER is similar to a hospital. An urgent care center is similar to a physician's office. Our freestanding ERs provide the same services and level of care as our in-hospital ER in Trinity, FL, excluding magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and cath lab services. Patients needing those services are transported by ambulance to the main campus.

Our ER locations

Medical Center of Trinity ER

Our main campus ER offers advanced emergency services using the latest technology.

Our address is:

9330 State Road 54
Trinity, FL 34655

ER 24/7 in Citrus Park

We've expanded our convenient emergency care to children and adults in north Tampa.

Our address is:

12922 Sheldon Road
Tampa, FL 33626

ER 24/7 in Lutz

Conveniently located on Dale Mabry Highway next to Walmart, ER 24/7 in Lutz offers compassionate care for patients of all ages and has a separate entrance for children in need of emergency care.

Our address is:

1430 Dale Mabry Highway
Lutz, FL 33548

ER 24/7 in Palm Harbor

The ER in Palm Harbor offers the latest emergency care and a separate entrance for children in need of emergency care.

Our address is:

35750 US Highway 19 N.
Palm Harbor, FL 34684