Windham Hospital Unveils New Signage Showing Affiliation with Hartford HealthCare
Willimantic—Windham Hospital has begun unveiling new signs adorned with the Hartford HealthCare (HHC) logo throughout the hospital campus. Installation of the interior and exterior signs began on Wednesday, September 26, 2012 and will continue through the fall.
Over the next two to three years, the HHC brand will be even more visible as exterior signs at all affiliates (e.g., Hartford Hospital, Natchaug Hospital, Hospital of Central Connecticut, Windham Hospital, etc.) are updated to reflect the new look. All exterior signs will be replaced with new monument and directional signage that features the new logo and the Hartford HealthCare brand fonts and colors against a white background. Most building signs will be replaced with letters that are black during the day and illuminate white at night.
“These new signs are a symbol of our affiliation with Hartford HealthCare and our commitment to excellence in providing collaborative and coordinated care for all of our patients,” said Steve Larcen, President and CEO of Windham Hospital.
Hartford Healthcare is comprised of four acute care facilities (Hartford Hospital, Hospital of Central Connecticut, MidState Medical Center, and Windham Hospital) as well as several behavioral health, homecare, physical/occupational therapy, physicians/occupational groups, and senior health services.
Windham Hospital is a 130-bed acute care hospital serving thousands of people in northeastern Connecticut. For nearly 80 years, Windham Hospital has been renowned for its outstanding physicians and extraordinary nursing care and today offers a unique combination of talent and technology in patient care as a member of Hartford HealthCare, Connecticut’s premier healthcare system.