New UH Samaritan Facility Coming To Mansfield

  • 7/11/2018 1:25:23 PM
  • Sartaj Singh
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH - University Hospitals will be building a new facility in Mansfield. 

The new location will be located at the former Big Lots building on Ashland Road. Demolition of the building begins in late July or early August. 

The site will be prepared for a $17 million University Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center Facility. The two-story building will house an urgent care, laboratory, radiology, physical therapy and community spaces for educational needs, including screenings, all on the first floor. 

Once open, the new medical site will generate additional jobs, including medical office staff, housekeeping, and maintenance, according to a press release. 

"We're excited about expanding our footprint in the community," said Karen McNeil, president of UH Samaritan Medical Center, said. "We welcome any opportunity to improve our patients' access to health care, and when you can capitalize on that while also creating local jobs, its a win-win situation for all."

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