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Facilities & Locations

Mansfield Place



Mansfield Place, a 60-bed skilled nursing unit within Broaddus Hospital, places equal emphasis on quality of life and quality of care for residents. Our goal is to bring residents to their highest level of personal independence in a comfortable, dignified environment. We encourage family members to make advance visits to see the active, caring lifestyle their loved one will enjoy. Mansfield Place is certified by Medicare and Medicaid and also accepts insurance and private pay residents.

Mansfield Place at Broaddus Hospital

Comprehensive care

Mansfield Place is an important component of our healthcare complex, which means that residents have access to the physicians and other health professionals who treat patients at Broaddus Hospital every day. Urgent treatment, X-ray and laboratory services and other medical care are conveniently located on the premises. The hospital also provides access to ambulance and helicopter transportation if those services are needed.

Services include:

  • Medical Care
  • Nursing Care
  • Respiratory Care
  • Orthopedic Care
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • IV Therapy
  • Speech Pathology
  • Nutrition Services
  • Dietary Counseling
  • Social Work Services
  • Group & Individual Activities
  • Pain Management

Feels like home

Mansfield Place helps residents feel at home and in control of their lives. We encourage residents to bring a few favorite pieces of furniture, watch their regular television programs, enjoy planned activities, have privacy or company, go out with family and friends, and sleep and wake on their own schedules. Residents live in semi-private rooms with an attractive, home-like atmosphere. Each room has its own restroom and a view that overlooks attractively landscaped grounds. A central dining area, family consultation room, beauty shop, measured walking trail and garden and activities room are available.


Our residents benefit from the expertise of a compassionate, qualified staff. Every day they make a difference in the lives of the people in their care. A treatment team of nurses, physical and occupational therapists, a speech/language pathologist, dietitian, a licensed social worker and  an activities coordinator all work together with physicians, residents and their families to develop a plan of care tailored to each resident's needs.

For a tour, call 304.457.8555 or stop by at your convenience.