Our story began in a farmer’s field with a small hospital of 50 beds. A century later, OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital has become a thriving healthcare hub, connecting our community to the same level of heart and vascular, cancer, orthopedic, neurological and trauma care typically found in large cities.
Mansfield Hospital’s tradition of excellence is reflected every day in the passion of our physicians, associates and volunteers. Together, we are guiding patients to their best health by partnering with them at every step along the way.
Today, as we celebrate our past, we are already planning our future. As the largest employer in Richland County, the work we are doing to recruit and retain the best physicians and bring new services to our community will keep Mansfield healthy for the next 100 years.
With more specialties and healthcare services than any other hospital in north central Ohio, Mansfield Hospital keeps quality care within reach for more than 325,000 residents of Richland and surrounding counties.
Mansfield Hospital’s heart and vascular program is nationally recognized for our ability to detect heart conditions earlier and deliver lifesaving care locally.
With minimally invasive, robotic-assisted total knee replacement, sports medicine and musculoskeletal specialties unique to the area, we get you back on your feet faster.
There’s no “one-size-fits-all” approach to cancer, so we collaborate with all members of your care team to customize treatment using innovative imaging and procedures.
Mansfield Hospital offers the convenient care you need in every stage of life.
Brady Groves was a long-distance cyclist and avid hiker who did his best to eat healthy. So when he started experiencing fatigue on his daily bike rides, he was quick to write it off as seasonal allergies.
But when his fatigue turned into numbness in his arms and hands, and tightness in his chest, he decided it was time to visit the emergency room at Mansfield Hospital. OhioHealth cardiologist Mary Alton, MD, was on call that night. She was concerned by his symptoms, considering his active lifestyle, and decided to keep him overnight for observation.
A catheterization procedure performed the next morning by OhioHealth cardiologist Gregory Eaton, MD, found that a branch of Brady’s coronary artery was 95 percent blocked. Dr. Eaton inserted a stent and Brady returned home the next day. That was three years ago.
Since then, Mansfield Hospital has implemented new technology that allows physicians like Dr. Alton and Dr. Eaton to obtain the same information about a patient’s heart using a noninvasive cardiac CT scan, which is completed within a single heartbeat. Mansfield Hospital is the only hospital in the area offering this service.
This is just one of many ways Mansfield Hospital is changing heart and vascular care in Richland County. We are also one of only three hospitals in Ohio to utilize CZT nuclear imaging to more accurately diagnose heart disease with less radiation exposure. Our continued investment in noninvasive treatment options is giving patients more reasons to proactively schedule heart screenings that can save their lives.