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CHRISTUS Health Announces Expansion to Mount Pleasant with New HealthPark Campus

(MOUNT PLEASANT, Texas) – CHRISTUS Health announced today an expansion to Mount Pleasant with the planned development of a new CHRISTUS HealthPark campus that includes a freestanding emergency department and CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic location.

“We are passionate about increasing access to health care for patients across East Texas,” said Chris Glenney, senior vice president for group operations, 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. We are honored to meet that need and continue our mission to expand the healing ministry of Jesus Christ.” 

In recent years, CHRISTUS Health has expanded patient access in the Northeast Texas communities of Athens, Atlanta, Canton, Gladewater, Henderson, Kilgore, Lindale, Longview, Marshall, Palestine, Sulphur Springs, Texarkana, Tyler, and Winnsboro.

The new Mount Pleasant project includes the purchase of land at the intersection of Tankersley Road and Interstate 30, near Toyota of Mount Pleasant and Lowe’s.

The new CHRISTUS HealthPark campus will include a single-story building of more than 30,000 square feet, a freestanding emergency department, 12 provider medical offices, diagnostic imaging and testing, a lab and a physical and occupational therapy center. The campus will also have land for future expansion projects.

CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic has been serving patients in the Mount Pleasant area in interventional cardiology with Dr. Kyle Smith, and the team of Drs. Stan Weiner and John Sims in electrophysiology.


As part of the HealthPark project, CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic will open their first primary care clinic in the area, led by Dr. Jay Cannon.


“We are incredibly excited to be part of the Mount Pleasant community,” said Dr. Brent Wadle, vice president of physician operations at CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic. “The Trinity Clinic provides access to over 600 physicians and nearly 360 nurse practitioners and physician assistants across Northeast Texas. This type of access will allow the residents of Mount Pleasant and the surrounding communities the opportunity to get the care they need in a timely manner without having to leave the region to do so.”

Glenney said that the project will add more than 50 full-time CHRISTUS Associates who will staff the campus. Those positions include registered nurses, radiology and lab technicians, physical therapists, and medical assistants.

The timeline for project is to start construction in about 120 days with a completion date toward the end of 2025, Glenney said.  





About CHRISTUS Health 

At CHRISTUS Health, we deliver a complete healing experience that respects the individual. We serve our communities with dignity. And with a good deal of admiration. CHRISTUS Health is a Catholic, not-for-profit system made up of more than 600 centers, including community hospitals, urgent care centers, health insurance companies and physician clinics. We are a community of nearly 50,000 Associates with over 15,000 physicians providing individualized care—and all focused on our charitable mission. Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word in Houston and San Antonio and the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, our mission is to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to every individual we serve.


  1. Pat on January 23, 2024 at 10:16 am

    Very exciting

  2. Amy on January 23, 2024 at 10:54 am

    Awesome ! Welcome addition to MP

  3. Janna Ball on January 23, 2024 at 2:05 pm

    I am very excited. I see Dr. Cannon as a patient now and will be following him. He is an awesome doctor and very compassionate.

    • Donna on January 25, 2024 at 6:37 pm

      Very happy! I go to and use Christus hospitals very much.

  4. Cheri Donnell on January 24, 2024 at 10:01 am

    Great news

  5. Kay McNutt on February 25, 2024 at 2:58 pm

    If you have a more serious situation you would have to go to Texarkana hospital, right?

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