Sibley, Iowa — An area health facility is changing its name, and officials say it’s to “better reflect the community it serves.”
Osceola Community Hospital in Sibley has been renamed “Osceola Regional Health Center.” Ben Davis, CEO of Osceola Regional Health Center says that they wanted a name that encompasses all that they do.
He says, “As a top regional hospital offering the latest technology and skilled providers, we feel that Osceola Regional Health Center is a much more fitting name.”
Along with a new name, the hospital has a new look. Officials tell us the refreshed logo is “a modern design that is both simple and complex, a circle with a triangle, signifying that everything is connected.” They say that the three parts of the triangle represent Osceola Regional Health Center’s commitment to its mission: quality, service, and impact.
Davis says the change has been a positive one for their staff.
Board chair Barb Van Diepen says that the board is pleased to help position Osceola Regional Health Center as the destination for top quality medical care in Osceola County and beyond. She says it is a facility that “we can all be proud of, and one which will serve the needs of its patients for generations to come.”
Officials tell us this rebranding effort aligns with other changes and initiatives Osceola Regional Health Center has experienced throughout its 55-year history. Most recently, this includes the building of Heartwood Heights, senior apartment complex, new surgical suites, a new wellness and rehab center, the remodeled physicians’ office complex, and community-wide childcare opportunities.