Methodist hospitals in Houston setting themselves apart with new name

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What is now known as The Methodist Hospital will become Houston Methodist Hospital . The phrase “Texas Medical Center” will be included in the logo when necessary to specify the location, according to a hospital statement. The new names of the network’s four community hospitals will be: Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital Houston Methodist West Hospital “You know that our unique culture and relentless drive for quality set us apart from other hospitals across the country,” Dr. Marc L. Boom , Houston Methodist president and CEO said in a statement. “Now it’s time to let the rest of the world know who we are.” Focus groups testing the new name gave a thumbs-up to “Houston Methodist,” hospital officials said in a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
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GE, Clinton Health Matters Initiative, Mayor Parker and Partners Announce Initiative to Improve Health in Houston

The Clinton Health Matters Initiative, a program of the Clinton Foundation, is a national initiative that works to improve the health and well-being of people across the United States to advance community health by closing gaps in health disparities and focusing efforts in underserved areas. CHMI has been at work in the Coachella Valley region of California and greater Little Rock in Arkansas. CHMI will also encourage individuals to lead healthier lives by providing an online platform to connect people with local, scalable solutions for healthy change agents. About GE GE (NYSE: GE) works on things that matter.
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