There’s a new sign at the corner of Moye Boulevard and Stantonsburg Road in Greenville. It reads “Vidant Medical Center,” which is part of the name change for the former University Health Systems (UHS) and Pitt County Memorial Hospital (PCMH). Eight new signs were unveiled in a special ceremony held on Wednesday, at Greenville and eight other eastern North Carolina communities with hospitals in the Vidant Health system. During the past decade, the system has grown from one hospital to a network of interconnected physician practices, more than 11,000 employees, 10 hospitals, home health and hospice programs, and wellness facilities.
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University Health Systems Becomes Vidant Health in 2012 (Bulletin, 12-2-11)