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NICU

The neonatal intensive care unit provides critical care to newborns who are ill or premature. Many factors may lead to a newborn being admitted to the NICU, including low birth weight or complications during delivery. The NICU staff works closely with parents to develop a treatment plan for their newborn.

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Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in Trinity, Florida

At HCA Florida Trinity Hospital, we know that babies who are born prematurely or with serious medical conditions need advanced care.

That's why the neonatal specialists at our Level II NICU offer diagnostics, treatments and family-centered care to our youngest patients in need. Our NICU team of neonatal doctors and nurses will be there for your baby to make sure they receive the advanced care they need in a healing environment.

Our neonatal care program

Our Level II NICU is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and staffed by highly trained neonatologists and other skilled medical professionals. 

Features of our NICU

We offer our tiniest patients and their families the following specialized amenities:

  • 12 Level II NICU beds
  • An overnight "nesting room" for families transitioning to taking their baby home (allowing parents to practice caring for their babies in a soothing, home-like environment before they leave the hospital)
  • Family-friendly environment
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Guided breastfeeding
  • Maternity photography (for a fee)
  • Recliners to promote bonding and skin-to-skin ("kangaroo") care
  • Social worker dedicated to NICU babies and their families
  • Secure NICU live video streaming

Secure NICU live video streaming

With our secure video streaming system, parents of NICU infants can watch their baby in real-time, even when they are away. An unobtrusive camera, which is connected to the internet, is mounted closely to the newborn's bed, delivering streamed video images around the clock. Our live streaming is only accessible to specified users with passwords issued by our NICU.

Other advantages of our NICU live video streaming service include:

  • Designed for use by family and relatives of all ages and in all locations
  • Simple, secure sign-in access (no software downloads)
  • 24/7 customer and technical support team available

Family-centered neonatal care

Our goal is to support your baby with family-centered care. This has been associated with numerous benefits, including:

  • Better mental health outcomes
  • Decreased length of hospital stay
  • Enhanced parent-infant attachment and bonding
  • Greater patient and family satisfaction
  • Improved well-being of preterm infants

Obstetrics and NICU at Trinity Hospital

From labor and delivery to Pasco County's only Level II NICU, learn why having your baby at Trinity Hospital is such a special experience.
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NICU at Trinity Hospital

Trinity Hospital is home to Pasco County's only Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). This means we are equipped to provide additional levels of care to babies born prematurely or with special conditions.
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NICU Classes & Events


 August 20, 2022
 9:00 - 1:00pm
 Medical Center of Trinity
For moms who have had a child but are looking for a refresher in understanding birth. The class includes a tour of labor, delivery, recovery, post partum and information on our Infant Safety and Security Program. This class is $10.00 per couple....

 August 20, 2022
 9:00 - 1:00pm
 Medical Center of Trinity
For moms who have had a child but are looking for a refresher in understanding birth. The class includes a tour of labor, delivery, recovery, post partum and information on our Infant Safety and Security Program. This class is $10.00 per couple....

 August 24, 2022
 8:30 - 10:30am
 Fort Walton Beach Medical Center - Building B
Do you have spine surgery scheduled at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center? This educational class will give you all of the information you need to prepare for before, during, and after your surgery....

 August 25, 2022
 6:00 - 9:00pm
 Medical Center of Trinity
Learn about the health benefits of breastfeeding with a focus on fundamentals and how to access support, your new role as a parent, the baby's homecoming and basic infant care. Topics include feeding, bathing, infant behavior, signs of illness,...

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