Holy Redeemer Health System, based in Meadowbrook, Montgomery County, has rebranded its title to Redeemer Health, according to information released Feb. 24.

“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,” said Mike Laign, president and CEO of Redeemer Health. “Retaining the richness of our legacy, with a fresh, contemporary approach, the name and logo make a renewed promise that all members of our community can relate to.”

The new name continues the system’s strong connection to its foundation in 1924 by the Sisters of the Redeemer, according to the sisters’ provincial leader, Sister Ellen Marvel, C.S.R.

“Almost 100 years ago our sisters stepped onto American soil to answer a calling to care, comfort and heal,” she said. “The beliefs that compelled the sisters back then continue to inspire and guide the organization forward today.”

“Redeemer Health is known for the compassionate care it delivers across all generations through its services in health care, home care and residential care,” said William Sasso, chairman of the Redeemer Health Board of Trustees. “This is a distinction that will not change, but instead is amplified by the new name and logo.”

The rebranded name and logo will be implemented across the system throughout the year, beginning first with an internal launch that celebrates the resilience and dedication of the Redeemer family during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Redeemer Health provides a continuum of care including an acute care hospital, home health and hospice services, three skilled nursing facilities, personal care, a retirement community, low-income housing, an independent living community and a transitional housing program for homeless women and children.

With corporate offices in Huntingdon Valley, Redeemer Health is a Catholic health care provider serving southeastern Pennsylvania and 12 counties in New Jersey.