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Methodist Medical Center of Mansfield

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Mansfield is now home to one of the country’s most advanced community hospitals. Open December 27, 2006, the new $134 million Methodist Mansfield Medical Center stands as a beacon of health, hope, and healing, while providing modern, quality health care to our neighbors in Mansfield and the surrounding communities

Methodist Mansfield Medical Center is a full-service facility featuring some of the latest patient-centric design, amenities, and technology. Electronic medical records and bedside medication verification are just some of the technological advances that help ensure a safe and comforting environment for our patients.

Mansfield’s unique quality of life provides the perfect complement to an excellent business opportunity. A low crime rate, combined with exceptional recreational, cultural and educational resources, create a supportive, pleasing environment for employees and their families. Tree-lined Walnut Creek, traversing a seven-mile-long stretch throughout the city, is the focal point for Mansfield’s premier subdivisions. Taking advantage of the creek’s natural beauty, Mansfield is in the process of tying its entire parks system - plus our historic downtown - together with the creek. With over 500 acres of both developed and undeveloped park land, area residents can play in organized youth and adult sports, shoot hoops, toss horseshoes, or go for a walk. With a twenty-minute drive from both Fort Worth and Dallas, Mansfield residents are usually only minutes from work or play. Joe Pool Lake is only five minutes from home to boat ramp. Collegiate and professional sports are a thirty-minute drive or less and that includes TCU, SMU, the University of Texas at Arlington, the Texas Rangers, the Dallas Mavericks, the Dallas Stars, the Dallas Cowboys, and the Fort Worth Fire.

 

 

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