September 27, 2019 – Davis County Hospital revealed a new logo and branding to the public on Friday, September 27th, 2019. The announcement coincides with the Davis County Board of Trustees’ decision earlier this year to make the change to Davis County Hospital & Clinics (DCHC).
DCHC’s new branding will have a more updated look and feel, and reflect the organization’s mission to deliver high quality, patient-centered care with integrity and trust to the community. DCHC will share the new branding on their website www.DCHC.org and on their Facebook page www.Facebook.com/DavisCountyHospital.
“We’re excited to announce that Davis County Hospital & Clinics will be the official new name for our hospital,” said DCHC CEO, Veronica Fuhs. “It’s a name that is sensitive to our rich history, yet an evolution in terms of being considered more than just a hospital and better reflects the wide spectrum of care provided at DCHC through our medical clinic and array of specialty clinics.”
Continuing its push into more of a health and wellness focus, Davis County Hospital & Clinics will become the unified brand that connects the entire continuum of care services. The rebranding process began earlier this year when MercyOne, previously Mercy Health Network, announced their new logo and branding. DCHC has an affiliate partnership with MercyOne which provides many benefits to the local facility. MercyOne’s branding changes included a requirement to add “An Affiliate of MercyOne” to all affiliate partners’ logos. Leadership at Davis County Hospital & Clinics determined this was an ideal opportunity to update their branding as well.
“When considering the new branding, feedback was gathered from community stakeholders and focus groups,” commented Devyn Pitlick, Marketing & Public Relations Coordinator. “The goal was to create a new brand that inspired both employees and the community, while better reflecting our ever-evolving healthcare facility and the services we can provide.”