Mercy Health to Build New Ohio Hospital

The 400,000-square-foot facility is expected to open in 2025.

By HFT Staff
June 14, 2022

Mercy Health – Youngstown will build a 241-bed hospital and medical office complex on a 62.88-acre site adjacent to the Kent State University Trumbull Campus. The facility will be more than 400,000 square feet, and Mercy Health expects to break ground on the facility in early 2023, with an anticipated opening in late 2025.  

The current St. Joseph Warren Hospital campus will continue to be maintained by Mercy Health, where it will offer outpatient services in the existing Medical Office Building and redevelop the rest of the site into green space for the benefit of the surrounding neighborhood and greater community.   

The new hospital campus, which will be the first new hospital construction in the Mahoning Valley since Mercy Health built St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital in 2007, will provide full inpatient and outpatient services and offers opportunity for future campus expansion. The facility will also be home to a medical office building located adjacent to the hospital that will offer specialist care. 

This is the latest Mercy Health development in the area. In addition to building this new St. Joseph Warren Hospital campus, Mercy Health – Youngstown is also building an inpatient acute rehabilitation hospital as part of a joint venture with Kindred Rehabilitation Services and is renovating the former VA clinic on Belmont Avenue to house a family medicine residency program, new addiction residency program, an obstetrics and gynecology clinic and our Centering Pregnancy Program. Each of these projects are part of Mercy Health – Youngstown’s commitment to increasing access to much-needed services and adapting to the changing needs of Valley residents. 

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