Earlier this year, Clarian Health announced the decision to clearly define its mission and statewide focus by uniting its hospitals and allied services under one identity – Indiana University Health. Today, the nationally recognized system of health care providers, including Clarian North Medical Center, is one step closer to that goal with the release of its new logo.
The new logo features an Indiana University trident atop a black square with the hospital name adjacent, and will be adopted across the hospital system in early 2011.
Riley Hospital for Children will maintain a unique identity, yet one still closely tied to the IU Health mark. The Riley logo will feature the familiar and well-recognized red wagon with the hospital name adjacent.
“The new logo more immediately identifies our close relationship with Indiana University and its world-renowned School of Medicine. Yet this transformation is about much more than a new name or new logo,” said Jonathan R. Goble, president and CEO of Clarian North. “Becoming Indiana University Health is part of a larger effort to establish a new identity that is directly related to our vision of providing one standard of high-quality, patient-centered care.”