Committed to Community
MANSFIELD, TEX. – Texas Health Hospital Mansfield is committed to their community. For the hospital team members, that saying encompasses their goal to humbly serve others. Whether in a hospital room or in a local food pantry, they strive to serve as Christ served. Since opening their doors in 2020, this team has volunteered nearly 1,000 hours at local nonprofit organizations. Each quarter, the hospital partners with a local nonprofit and runs a hands-on volunteer program. Having the ability to be involved with their community in this capacity has led to beautiful lasting relationships with nonprofit owners and community members alike. “Sending money to support great causes is nice, but our team believes that our presence and work in person is even more impactful. We love helping people!” said Kenneth Rose, Texas Health Mansfield president and CEO.
In early 2023, the hospital team volunteered with Harvesting in Mansfield (HIM) Center, a food bank and food pantry passionate about feeding hungry people across North Texas. Over a two-week period, team members volunteered a total of 56 hours, packing grocery bags for families in need.
While the hospital aims to make a lasting impact on their community, the community also makes a lasting impact on the team members involved. “It is amazing to be able to have a hands-on experience in helping someone,” shared Juan Perez, Texas Health Mansfield business development manager.
By Taylor Weaver
Marketing Coordinator at Texas Health Hospital Mansfield