U of Louisville's first change to KentuckyOne hospitals after deal: Their names

The University of Louisville (Ky.) will rename Jewish Hospital and KentuckyOne Health's other Louisville assets after their sale to U of Louisville, according to the Courier Journal.

U of Louisville is set to officially purchase Jewish Hospital, Our Lady of Peace psychiatric hospital, and other facilities owned by Louisville-based KentuckyOne Health on Nov. 1. The name changes will reflect their new ownership and bring the acquired facilities under the U of L Health brand.

The name changes include:

Jewish Hospital to U of L Hospital — Jewish Campus
Our Lady of Peace to U of L Health — Peace Hospital
Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital to U of L Health — Mary & Elizabeth Hospital

KentuckyOne-branded physician practices will also join the U of L Physicians brand, according to the Courier Journal.

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