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Texas Health Resources and Adventist Health System to build new Mansfield health care campus

FWBP Staff

 

Texas Health Resources and Adventist Health System are building a new health care campus in Mansfield, a news release announced.

Texas Health Hospital Mansfield, scheduled to open late 2020, will offer a 24/7 ER, general surgery, women’s care, orthopedics and interventional cardiology. With an initial capacity of 83 beds, construction on the four-story, 195,400-sq-ft facility […]

By |July 13th, 2018|

At Home to open new stores in Mansfield, Garland and Plano

FWBP Staff

Plano-based At Home Group Inc. (NYSE: HOME), the home décor superstore, on July 13 announced it has expanded its presence in the Dallas-Fort Worth area with the opening of three new stores in Plano, Garland and Mansfield.

All three of these new stores will be open by early fall, bringing the total At Home store […]

By |July 13th, 2018|

Texas Health Resources plans 83-bed hospital in Mansfield

NICHOLAS SAKELARIS, Mansfield News Mirror

Texas Health Resources plans to build an 83-bed hospital on U.S. 287 and Lone Star Road in the South Pointe development. It will feature an emergency department, patient rooms, intensive care units, women’s services, a surgery center, cardiovascular care and a pharmacy.

The 195,400-square-foot project would be Mansfield’s second hospital, the first, […]

By |July 3rd, 2018|

New warehouse, office building on tap as Mouser rides wave of tech innovation

NICHOLAS SAKELARIS, Mansfield News Mirror

From mobile devices and wearables to smart thermostats and self-driving cars, many of the microchips and capacitors behind today’s high-tech devices likely spent time on one of the endless aisles at Mouser Electronics in Mansfield.

The world’s largest electric parts distributor has been riding the wave of technological innovation, growing in profits […]

By |May 29th, 2018|

Medical businesses will honor ‘country doctor’ in reopening of his building

NICHOLAS SAKELARIS, Mansfield News Mirror

 

Dr. Percy Cook’s old medical office at 315 S. Main St. will get new life this summer as the home base for a pediatric nursing and hospice care business.

The 1950s-era duplex office has been empty for years while other buildings have been torn down or revitalized as part of downtown Mansfield’s […]

By |May 24th, 2018|