Texas Health and AdventHealth are building a healthcare campus in Mansfield that will include a hospital and medical office building, with amenities and services focused on you, the consumer. Designed to be a destination for the residents of Mansfield and surrounding communities, construction of Texas Health Hospital Mansfield began October 2018. The hospital and medical office building will open in late 2020.
Located on 38 acres on the southeast corner of U.S. Highway 287 and Lone Star Road, Texas Health Mansfield will span 195,400 square feet. The four-story hospital will have capacity for 59 beds. A variety of services will be offered, including a 24/7 emergency room, general surgery, women’s services, orthopedics, interventional cardiology, gastroenterology, imaging, lab and pharmacy.
The 80,000-square-foot medical office building will house primary care and specialty practices.
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What is Texas Health building in Mansfield?
Texas Health has joined with AdventHealth to build a new health care campus in Mansfield, one of the fastest growing areas of North Texas. Construction on the 4-story, 195,400-square-foot community hospital, called Texas Health Hospital Mansfield, will begin this fall. The hospital will have capacity for 59 beds. With a total cost of $150 million, the campus will also include an 80,000-square-foot medical office building that will house primary care and specialty practices.
Where will it be located?
The 38-acre campus will be located on the southeast corner of U.S. Highway 287 and Lone Star Road in Mansfield.
How is AdventHealth involved? And why?
The project is a joint-venture between Texas Health and AdventHealth. The two faith-based organizations have a long history of collaboration; Huguley Memorial, an AdventHealth hospital, joined the Texas Health system in 2012. Now known as Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South, the 356-bed facility is a joint venture between the two health systems, serving residents of Ellis, Johnson and Tarrant counties.
This project is a continuation of the great relationship between our organizations. We’re coming together as two organizations to build a one-of-a-kind health care campus — with the single aim to provide the people of Mansfield and surrounding communities with unmatched services close to where they work, live and play.
Why build in Mansfield?
Covering 50 square miles, Mansfield is located primarily in southeastern Tarrant County, with areas stretching into Ellis and Johnson counties. The city and surrounding communities have expanded rapidly in recent years, with a population growth rate of more than 10 percent from 2011-17.
And this isn’t the first time we’ve put stakes down in Mansfield. This is Texas Health’s second major facility in Mansfield. The system opened Texas Health Recovery & Wellness Center, an adult substance abuse treatment center, in 2017. It’s located about 3 miles north of the future hospital site.
What is the construction timeline?
Construction began in October 2018, with an anticipated opening in late 2020.
What kind of care will be provided?
The 80,000-square-foot medical office building will house primary care and specialty practices. The hospital will have capacity for 95 beds, including Medical/Surgical beds, adult ICU rooms, labor-and-delivery suites, and ante/post-partum rooms. Services will include a 24/7 emergency room, surgical services, women’s services (with a continuing care nursery), orthopedics, interventional cardiology, gastroenterology, imaging, lab and pharmacy.
When will you begin hiring?
Hiring for the new facility will be based on construction completion and its opening date. For new facilities, we typically like to have the leadership team in place at least six to nine months prior to the hospital opening. For Texas Health Mansfield, this would most likely begin late in 2019 or early 2020. Staffing plans and targeted positions are then posted and active recruitment begins. Return to this site in the future for updates about hiring timelines.
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Kenneth Rose, President/Chief Executive Officer
Kenneth Rose serves as president and chief executive officer of Texas Health Hospital Mansfield, being named to that role in June 2019.
Rose brings a wealth of experience to the position by having spent most of his career in healthcare. Previously, Rose served as vice president of ancillary services for Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South where he led operations for several departments, including laboratory, radiology, therapy services, occupational medicine, outpatient surgery center, nutrition, wellness, human resources and marketing.
He has also served as administrative director of radiology services and the neuroscience service line for AMITA Health in Chicago, Illinois, a joint venture between AdventHealth and Alexian Brothers Health System. There, he also directed quality, finances and growth for the radiology and neuroscience services in three hospitals, in addition to radiology in three outpatient imaging centers and two satellite imaging sites. He has also directed an outpatient campus, which included urgent care, primary care and outpatient lab, radiology and therapy services.
Rose holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee, and a Master of Business Administration from Webster University in Orlando, Florida.
Rose and his wife, Alyssa, are parents to their daughter Sofia.
Stephanie Nelson, Vice President/Chief Financial Officer
Stephanie Nelson serves as vice president and chief financial officer for Texas Health Hospital Mansfield. In this role, Nelson is responsible for overseeing finance and hospital operations.
Previously, Nelson served as vice president and chief financial officer for Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC), located in San Marcos, Texas.
Nelson’s career in healthcare began in 1991 as a controller at Mercy Regional Medical Center in Laredo, Texas. She transitioned in 1998 to El Centro Regional Medical Center in El Centro, California as controller and director of materials. In 2008, she joined Mary Washington Healthcare as director of financial planning and later joined CTMC as director of finance in 2015.
Kristen Sutton, Vice President/ Chief Nursing Officer
Kristen Sutton, M.S.N, R.N., CCRN, NEA-BC serves as vice president and chief nursing officer for Texas Health Hospital Mansfield. Sutton is responsible in leading nursing operations and patient care for the hospital.
Previously, Sutton currently served as director of critical care and house supervision for AdventHealth Wesley Chapel, located in Wesley Chapel, Florida. In this role she led critical care operations, patient experience, safety and quality improvement.
Sutton began her career with AdventHealth in 2003 as a nurse technician before receiving her nursing degree. She served as a registered nurse in the cardiovascular critical care unit, radiology and as a nurse case manager prior to becoming the nurse leader for critical care operations. Sutton most recently completed her chief nursing officer fellowship with AdventHealth.
Sutton holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of South Florida and a Master of Science in Nursing from Chamberlain University. A lifelong Floridian, she has a love for biking and the outdoors.
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