Texas Health Mansfield
MANSFIELD, TEX.– The North Texas community of Mansfield now has its all-new, all-modern health care campus, Texas Health Hospital Mansfield. The health care campus, which opened Dec. 1, offers comprehensive services including emergency care, general surgery, critical care, women’s care, orthopedics and cardiovascular services. The four-story, nearly 200,000-square-foot hospital has an initial capacity of 59 beds. At a total cost of $150 million, the campus also includes an 80,000-square-foot medical office building that will offer primary care and specialty practices.
The hospital is built on the health care tradition of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, which began offering whole person health with an emphasis on caring for a person’s mind, body and spirit.
Texas Health Mansfield is a joint venture between Texas Health Resources and AdventHealth. This collaboration allows Texas Health Mansfield to have the expertise from two elite health care systems. “Texas Health Mansfield’s purpose is simple: We are Caring People, Caring for Incredible People,” says Texas Health Mansfield President and CEO Kenneth Rose. “Our hope is that every patient that walks through our doors will experience that love of knowing that they are truly incredible.”
The core of Texas Health Mansfield’s identity stems from its mission statement of extending the healing ministry of Christ. Its faith-based heritage allows the hospital to provide hope, health and healing. Texas Health Mansfield’s calling is to be more than just a hospital, it has also determined to be a community resource that enhances and restores health.
In lieu of a grand opening celebration, Texas Health Mansfield donated the money that would have been used for a grand opening event to five local nonprofits: Mansfield Independent School District, Harvesting in Mansfield, Mansfield Mission Center, Toys for Tots and Mansfield Cares. Texas Health Mansfield is asking the community to partner with the hospital in assisting these organizations during this challenging time by visiting www.TexasHealth.org/Locations/texas-health-mansfield/Take-a-Virtual-Tour to unlock bonus donation funds.
Texas Health Mansfield is a 38-acre campus located on the southeast corner of U.S. Highway 287 and Lone Star Road in the Johnson County area of Mansfield. Covering 50 square miles, Mansfield is located primarily in southeastern Tarrant County, with areas stretching into Ellis and Johnson counties. The city has expanded rapidly in recent years, with a population growth rate of more than 10 percent from 2011-17. The city is expected to grow from 228,244 residents in 2017 to more than 251,000 by 2022. To address this future growth, all elements of Texas Health Mansfield have the capacity to grow, using an efficient, cost-effective design model.
For more information about Texas Health Mansfield, visit TexasHealth.org/Mansfield.