Women & Children
We're with you for the journey, and Trinity Mother Frances is committed to meeting the health care needs of the women of East Texas throughout their life span.
We offer a breadth of services and options, to include everything women should expect from a health care facility that is dedicated to providing quality care to those we serve.
Some of our many services for women include:
Trinity Mother Frances has a history of over 70 years of caring for the children of east Texas. And at Mother Frances Hospital-Tyler, The Children's Center is the only dedicated Pediatric facility in the area offering an environment specially designed to promote the healing and recuperation of sick children. This 21-bed unit includes in-room sleeping quarters for parents and an activity center reserved especially for our Children’s Center patients, their family and visitors in order to support age-appropriate growth and developmental needs.
Some of our other services for children include:
Visitor Policy for The Birth Center, Mother-Baby Unit (2 East), The Children’s Center, and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
All visitors (including significant others and family members) are requested to proceed to the main lobby of Mother Frances Hospital-Tyler for registration and visitation to all of the following areas: Labor and Delivery (The Birth Center), Mother-Baby on 2 East, The Children’s Center on the 3rd floor, and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) on 2nd floor. Please do not go directly to these areas for registration.
At the Registration Center located across from the Gift Shop in the main lobby, visitors will be asked to show an official government picture ID if they are older than 16. Once registered, visitors will be given a color-coded day pass that they are required to wear to gain entrance into the units. When the visitor arrives at the unit with a correct day badge, they are requested to use a phone located outside the doors to these areas and state whom they are visiting in order to be allowed entrance. When visiting on multiple days, visitors must stop by Registration in the main lobby each morning for a new color-coded badge.