New Patient Tower Opens at Methodist Mansfield

  • Dec 17, 2015

Today executives from Methodist Mansfield Medical Center and The Beck Group joined community leaders at a grand opening for the hospital’s Patient Care Tower Two, constructed by The Beck Group.

The new 8 million, 208,000 SF tower is located at the northwest corner of the medical center’s existing site, 2700 E. Broad Street, and will advance healthcare for Mansfield and the surrounding areas. The tower will open with 86 beds and have shell space for an additional 32.

The additional space also allows for expanded services including:

  • Cardiology – expanded outpatient cardiopulmonary testing area, electrophysiology, inpatient care and cardiac rehabilitation
  • Dedicated stroke inpatient unit
  • Expanded inpatient dialysis
  • 22-bed intensive care unit
  • Four new surgical suites
  • Four gastroenterology suites
  • Laboratory, pharmacy, sterile processing, information technology, food services, two-story atrium lobby and community room

“Methodist Mansfield has nearly doubled its capacity with multiple expansions in seven years,” says Dominick Calabrese, Director of Healthcare Construction. “We are proud to have been a part of adding much-needed capacity to this outstanding facility for the residents of Mansfield for years to come.”

When Methodist Mansfield opened in 2006, the 88-bed community hospital was Methodist Health System’s first health care facility in Tarrant County. Today, Methodist Mansfield has grown to a 254-bed hospital, offering some of the latest in medical technology and innovative treatments through a variety of specialties, including award-winning cardiology services and robot-assisted surgery serving more than 98,000 patients in Tarrant, Johnson and Ellis counties.