STAMFORD, CONN. -- Stamford Hospital has launched a campaign to tell the public about the “depth and breadth” of services that it offers, hospital officials said.
The hospital, which has affiliated locations in Fairfield County, said that the goal of the new “Stamford Health” brand is to help it become “the region’s preferred health care destination.”
Stamford Health includes Stamford Hospital; Stamford Health Medical Group, a multi-specialty group of more than 120 primary and specialty care physicians; Stamford Hospital Foundation; and a diverse and growing number of retail and ambulatory locations across the region.
“We feel the Stamford Health brand better reflects our full scope of services,” said Brian G. Grissler, its president and CEO.
Stamford Health is also rolling out “Healing. Reimagined.,” a multimedia advertising campaign.
The campaign features the organization’s expertise in cardiac care, cancer, and women’s health. Ads will also highlight the new Stamford Hospital scheduled to open later this year.
To see the advertising campaign, visit www.healingreimagined.org.
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