Trinity Health offers a variety of inpatient services to address pregnancy, labor and delivery, post-partum care, ICU for newborns and children, and medical care for patients less than 18 years old. Our providers, nurses, and specialists use a family-centered approach, giving each patient the power to decide how they will participate in care decisions.
Why Choose Trinity Health?
The team at Trinity Health is dedicated to addressing the unique medical needs of women and children with a family-centered approach. That means the patient defines their family and together, the patient, family, and healthcare providers determine how they will participate in care and decision-making. This approach honors personal beliefs and choices and integrates cultural and religious preferences into the plan of care. It also prioritizes sharing accurate, complete, and unbiased information with patients and families in ways that are affirming and helpful.
The third floor of the new hospital is devoted to women and children, with the Family Birth Center, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Pediatrics all situated in close range.
Our team of nurses, doctors, midwives, and support personnel have special training in women’s health, children’s health, and neonatal health making them uniquely qualified to address a wide range of conditions. Learn more below:
Family Birth Center
Having a baby looks different for each person and each pregnancy. At Trinity Health Family Birth Center, rest assured that your labor, delivery, and postpartum needs will be met with compassion and medical excellence. The Birth Center has large rooms and two OR suites so C-Section deliveries and mom/baby recovery can occur in one location.
Some infants require extra support after birth. Trinity Health operates a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) dedicated to the care of babies born prematurely or those requiring more complex care. The NICU consists of 22 bassinets, including 11 single rooms, three rooms for twins and one for triplets. There’s also an overnight room for parents and baby to stay the night before they leave the NICU.
When kids need a hospital stay, you can count on Trinity Health’s pediatric experts to deliver high-quality medical care in a child-friendly environment. Our team uses a family-centered approach that encourages participation from the patient and parent/guardian. When everyone works together, children feel calmer, more in control, and experience better clinical outcomes.
Prenatal and Newborn Classes
Trinity Health offers information and classes to help you prepare for labor and delivery and practice important skills like feeding before baby arrives. Click here for a list of our classes.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Get answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about labor, delivery, post-partum, and lactation services.