Holy Redeemer Health System is changing its name to Redeemer Health and adopting a new logo.
The health system based in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, serves southeastern Pennsylvania and 12 counties in New Jersey. It includes an acute care hospital, home health and hospice services, three skilled nursing facilities, a retirement community, low-income housing, an independent living community, and a transitional housing program for homeless women and children.
"This rebrand is part of broader strategic initiatives to grow and expand the system to meet the changing needs of the communities we serve in Pennsylvania and New Jersey," Mike Laign, president and chief executive of Redeemer Health, said in a press release announcing the rebranding.
The system's name comes from its founders, the Sisters of the Redeemer.
The rebranded name and logo were revealed to the public Feb. 24. They will be rolled out across the system throughout the year.
While Redeemer Health is the primary name the system will use for most of its services, it plans to retain the legacy names of some facilities. Those include Holy Redeemer Hospital and Holy Redeemer St. Joseph Manor, a continuum of care center that, like the hospital, is in Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania.
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