Birthing center in Trinity, Florida
COVID-19 and pregnancy - an update for our patients
We would like to take this opportunity to update you about your maternity care during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and assure you that our dedicated team of expert nurses, physicians and midwives are committed to providing safe and effective care to every patient who walks through our doors.
As you prepare for childbirth, it's important to have the best possible care for you and your baby. Our nationally recognized maternity care program provides a comfortable setting, compassionate support and expert, family-centered care to help ensure a smooth experience, from labor and delivery through recovery.
For more information about our maternity and delivery services, call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (727) 834-5630.
Private birthing suites
Our private birthing suites and patient rooms provide a warm, welcoming setting for expectant parents. Your labor, delivery and postpartum care all take place within the spacious and comfortable environment of our labor and delivery rooms and postpartum rooms. Your baby will be at your side throughout your stay, but we also offer a nearby nursery if you require rest.
Each of our birthing suites and postpartum rooms are equipped with the following:
- A private restroom with a shower
- Room service
- Free wireless internet access
- High-definition television
- Plenty of room for visitors, with sleeping accommodations for a loved one
- Ample storage
Safety and security for your baby
Your newborn's safety is just as important as their health. That's why Medical Center of Trinity offers high quality maternity services that will give you a peace of mind after delivery. Our facility is equipped with the latest technology to ensure the best possible start for your baby, including:
Advanced remote monitoring
Our monitoring equipment allows obstetricians to access vital, up-to-the-second patient information, such as the baby's heart rate and the mother's contraction patterns. While you are in labor, your physician can use a smartphone to monitor you and your baby's condition directly from your labor and delivery room.
Infant protection system
Our electronic security system enhances your baby's safety anywhere in the obstetrics unit. If an infant is carried toward an exit door, the electronic tagging system automatically triggers an alarm, activating magnetic door locks and holding selected elevators.
Electronic visitor identification system
Our electronic ID tracking system helps increase security. As visitors enter the hospital, our staff scans their photo IDs into a database and creates a visitor's pass with photo.
Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Our Level II NICU is staffed by specialists who are highly skilled at caring for premature babies. We have 12 beds dedicated to our NICU patients. We also offer an advanced video monitoring system so that parents and family members can view their babies securely.
Obstetrical Hospitalist are an extension of your physician, practicing only in the hospital not in an office. They are in the hospital 24/7 and available as needed to support your physician, you and your caregivers during your birth experience.
Maternal fetal medicine (MFM)
A pregnancy may be considered high-risk if you and/or your baby have an increased chance of a health problem or medical complications. If you are an expecting mom and have concerns about carrying your fetus to term or have other potential risks associated with your pregnancy, your high-risk OB/GYN physician may refer you to an perinatologist (MFM physician).
High-risk pregnancy care may include:
- An assessment of conditions that may compromise a pregnancy
- Diagnosis and treatment of pregnancy-related complications affecting the mother, the fetus or both
- Management of pre-existing conditions which may be complicated by pregnancy
- Follow up care to make sure you and your baby are recovering and doing well
Prenatal and postnatal education classes
When you're expecting a baby, you can never be too prepared. Whether you are a new mom or welcoming another new addition to your family, our childbirth education classes are right for you.
We have several class options to meet your needs:
eClasses: Learn in your space, at your pace. Available for Understanding Birth, Understanding Breastfeeding and Understanding Your Newborn. (Fees apply)
In-person classes: Taught by a Registered Nurse Educator and available for Understanding Birth, Understanding Breastfeeding and Understanding Your Newborn. (Fees apply)
In-person classes are located at Medical Center of Trinity. We remain diligent in our fight against coronavirus (COVID-19) and have enhanced precautions in place to ensure a safe environment for classes. These include:
- Maximum class size of 10 participants plus the instructor
- Social distancing within the classroom
- All participants will have their temperature taken and be screened for illness before entering the facility
- Universal masking required throughout the class and facility
- All participants must practice hand sanitization
- Food and drinks are prohibited in the classroom
Online birth stories and essentials: a free resource to expectant parents.
Visitor information and amenities
For our guests' convenience, our main lobby features:
- A variety of dining options including Subway, Craving Donuts, full-service dining room and vending machines in the main lobby and emergency room
- Free wireless internet access
- Full-service dining room
- Gift shop
- Interfaith chapel