With the new name came a new logo and website redesign. The logo’s colors have changed from emerald green and maroon to a bright pink, blue, green, yellow and orange. The logo is now a butterfly, or a heart, or a tulip - however one sees it.
“We wanted it to be active and dynamic,” she said.
The center kicked off its new brand with an event that included the release of 200 butterflies.
Russell said the butterflies were inspired by what a patient said about the hospital. She said he felt like a butterfly because he arrived at the hospital unwell and injured, then the hospital gave him wings to fly.
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