Construction begins later this month for a $150 million, 95-bed community hospital in Mansfield, which should be complete by 2020. Around 200 community leaders celebrated with Texas Health Resources and Adventist Health System representatives this week at a kick-off event.
Texas Health Mansfield will include a 24/7 emergency room, general surgery, women’s care, orthopedics, and interventional cardiology. Primary care and specialty practices will be in an 80,000-square-foot medical office building. It will be the second major Texas Health facility in Mansfield, as the Texas Health Recovery and Wellness Center is a drug treatment center that is located three miles north of the future hospital site.
This isn’t the first time Texas Health and Adventist have partnered for a healthcare facility. Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South is a 356-bed joint venture between the two entities that serves Ellis, Johnson, and Tarrant counties.
“Together, we’ll build a community hospital with Mansfield residents in mind,” said Barclay E. Berdan, CEO of Texas Health Resources, via statement. “Texas Health Mansfield will offer a full range of services and will grow with the community as we partner with residents here for a lifetime of health and well-being.”
“One of our strategic imperatives is about engaging consumers and putting them at the center of their care experience,” said Adventist Health System President and CEO Terry Shaw via statement. “This commitment manifests in the service standards we employ, spiritual care we offer, care navigation we provide, and the tools we develop to help consumers engage in their care.”
Read more about the hospital here.