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GHS Takes On New Name

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Officials at the Greenville Hospital System took on a new name Monday.  It will now be known as the Greenville Health System. Officials at the Greenville Hospital System took on a new name Monday. It will now be known as the Greenville Health System.
GREENVILLE, S.C. -

Officials at the Greenville Hospital System took on a new name Monday.

It will now be known as the Greenville Health System.

Officials hope the new name will create a strong, new image.

"It just talks about our transformation" explains GHS President and CEO, Mike Riordan.  "It talks about how we are approaching health care for the future, and just reflects on who we are and who we are going to be for the next 100 years."

While the name change became official Monday, it will take up to three years to change all the signs at the five GHS medical campuses and its affiliated physician practice sites.

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