VALDOSTA — United Hospice is now PruittHealth Hospice.
After 45 successful years in the health care industry, UHS-Pruitt Corporation has changed its name to PruittHealth, as well as the names of its family of providers, and modified company branding to achieve a more unified image for its vast array of health care services.
“While the name may have changed, the quality of care and services has not,” said a press release from the company. “The community can expect the same quality services and commitment to caring that PruittHealth Hospice has always provided, now with a new name.”
“We recognized that, as we have grown over the years and added more and more services, it became increasingly difficult to communicate to our customers that we offer an integrated model of health care and support services.” said Neil L. Pruitt Jr., Chairman & C.E.O. of PruittHealth. “With this rebranding, we hope to eliminate confusion and strengthen our synergy. By streamlining the names of our service lines and offering a clearer picture of what we do, we are strengthening our identity. We’ve always stood for quality, and we always will. The PruittHealth brand will help us to amplify that, and clearly articulate our comprehensive model of care to our customers and referral sources.”
This rebranding campaign is visible in communities throughout the Southeast, and along with a new name, PruittHealth has a new logo and website to better represent the organization’s unique model of care and spectrum of health care services.