The Methodist Mansfield Medical Center broke ground on its second professional office building on Wednesday.
Located at the corner of Hospital Drive and Matlock Road, the $11.8 million building will be four stories tall. The 82,000-square-foot project is expected to be completed by December 2017.
Contractor Skiles Group & GCC Enterprises Inc., architect Perkins + Will, and engineer WSP/CCRD is partnering with Methodist Mansfield to put up the new building.
Tenants include physicians from Methodist Mansfield Medical Group, Texas Oncology, Methodist Moody Brain and Spine Institute, and the Center for Scoliosis & Advanced Spine Surgery.
Methodist Mansfield Medical and Texas Oncology physicians will be on the first floor. These include Amber Hyde, MD; Jaremy James, DO; and John Willis, DO; along with physicians Sarju Waghela, DO; Shrinivas Diggikar, MD; and Lixin Liao, MD; and breast specialists Katrina Emmett, MD; and Allison DiPasquale, MD.
The Methodist Moody Brain and Spine Institute and Center for Scoliosis & Advanced Spine Surgery will be located on the second floor. Physicians include Richard Meyrat, MD; Nimesh Patel, MD; Antonio Rozier, MD; and Dilip Sengupta, MD.
“We are excited to add the second professional office building to Methodist Mansfield Medical Center’s campus,” Methodist Mansfield Medical Center President John Phillips, FACHE, said in an interview. “The 11.8 million dollars invested in this project represents Methodist’s vision of a superlative facility built with our physicians and patients in mind. Not only will the Professional Office Building II be beautiful, patient centered, and family friendly, it will be convenient for patients.”
Methodist Mansfield is part of Methodist Health System. Methodist Health System includes seven hospitals, 25 family health centers, and medical groups.