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CHRISTUS to expand in Mount Pleasant with new HealthPark campus

MOUNT PLEASANT, Texas (KETK) – CHRISTUS announced that they will build a new HealthPark campus in Mount Pleasant, as a part in their efforts to increase access to healthcare.

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CHRISTUS announced on Monday that the new campus will include a freestanding emergency department, 12 provider medical offices, diagnostic imaging and testing, a lab and a physical and occupational therapy center, as well as making sure that there is land for future growth of this new campus.

“We are passionate about increasing access to health care for patients across East Texas,” said Chris Glenney, senior vice president for group operations of CHRISTUS Northeast Texas. “Mount Pleasant is an area we really want to grow in, and we know there is a need for patients to access our health system and the exceptional health care we provide.”

<em>A render of the new CHRISTUS campus to be placed in Mount Pleasant, courtesy of CHRISTUS Health</em>
A render of the new CHRISTUS campus to be placed in Mount Pleasant, courtesy of CHRISTUS Health

Glenney added that the new campus will employ over 50 full-time positions, including registered nurses, radiology and lab technicians, physical therapists, and medical assistants. Glenney also said that construction is set to begin in approximately 120 days, with the projects completion toward the end of 2025.

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