Methodist Health System Breaks Ground on New Patient Tower

Dallas-based Methodist Health System has broken ground on Methodist Mansfield Medical Center's new patient care tower.

The new patient care tower is scheduled to open in fall 2015 and will be located at the northwest corner of the existing building. The expansion will include 34,000 square feet of additional operating rooms, cardiology and gastroenterology services and 64,000 square feet of additional support services including lab, pharmacy, materials management, biomed and sterile processing, according to the news release.

"Methodist Mansfield began as a community hospital in 2006, and has nearly doubled its capacity in seven years to meet the needs of area residents. We look forward to expanding our presence and capabilities of providing high-quality healthcare to the communities we serve," said Levi Davis, chairman of Methodist Health System in the news release.

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