KentuckyOne Health is now CHI Saint Joseph Health in central, eastern Ky.
LONDON — The rich heritage of Lexington’s first hospital will be front and center for a newly rebranded health system. CHI Saint Joseph Health will replace the KentuckyOne Health name as part of a new vision and strategic plan to focus operations in central and eastern Kentucky. The new name also renews the health system’s commitment to the legacy of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.
Facilities that make up CHI Saint Joseph Health include Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Joseph East, Saint Joseph Berea, Saint Joseph Jessamine RJ Corman Ambulatory Care Center, Saint Joseph London, Saint Joseph Mount Sterling, Flaget Memorial Hospital in Bardstown, Women’s Hospital at Saint Joseph East, Continuing Care Hospital, as well as CHI Saint Joseph Health Partners Clinically Integrated Network and CHI Saint Joseph Medical Group provider practices in central and eastern Kentucky. While these facilities are part of CHI Saint Joseph Health, they will retain their individual names.
“The Saint Joseph name is one of heritage and excellence,” said Bruce Tassin, CEO and market leader for CHI Saint Joseph Health, and president, Saint Joseph Hospital.
The new CHI Saint Joseph Health logo includes a star and cross created by the coming together of four distinct shapes, representing CHI Saint Joseph Health’s ministry and mission. The shapes’ colors represent trust, confidence, integrity and energy.
KentuckyOne Health facilities in the Louisville region remain in negotiations for purchase, and at this time retain the KentuckyOne Health name. These facilities include Jewish Hospital, Frazier Rehab Institute, Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital, Medical Center Jewish East, Medical Center Jewish South, Medical Center Jewish Southwest, Medical Center Jewish Northeast, Jewish Hospital Shelbyville, and KentuckyOne Health Medical Group provider practices in Louisville.