Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children's Hospital signage updates

In 2020, the Providence family of organizations embarked on journey to create a unified brand at hospitals and clinics across our seven-state footprint. The brand change unifies our family of organizations under one easily identifiable brand that everyone – from patients and families to caregivers (employees) and volunteers – recognizes and trusts. 

This month, Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children’s Hospital will begin to get new signage as part of this exciting initiative. The signage changeouts will happen in phases throughout the summer. 

At times, we may have to temporarily close some roads or parking areas and will use this page on our website to share information so patients can know about those closures before they come to the hospital.

Information for patients

Road Closure: Wednesday, Oct. 18 

Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center will experience closures around the hospital this week for the installation of new brand signage. Patients, visitors, and caregivers should be aware of the following street closures and traffic disruptions on Wednesday, Oct. 18:

  • Browne Street will be blocked heading up to West 7th street from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. You will not be able to access West 7th Street via Browne Street. 
  • The south exit of the parking garage of the Providence Outpatient Health Center (formerly the Providence Doctor’s Building) will be closed from 1 – 5 p.m. Flaggers will be redirecting motorists to use the north exit located on West 8th Street. 

Why are we pursuing a unified brand

One simple unified brand helps unify the many hospitals and clinics across our system. If you are traveling to California, New Mexico, Texas, western Washington, Oregon or Montana, you will eventually see our common brand proudly displayed at the top of most buildings. This united brand also helps us recruit some of the best talent across our multi-state area. 

To strengthen the services we provide, the unified and identifiable brand ensures patients, caregivers and the public recognize and understand our comprehensive and diverse network of care.  This unified brand will help our caregivers better understand our aspirations as a family of organizations, and how each of them plays a role in living our brand every day.

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