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A consistent identity helps build and maintain Phelps Health's reputation, strengthens the way audiences see Phelps Health and connects all parts of the health organization. Refer to Phelps Health's style guide to follow our brand component guidelines. Please contact the Phelps Health Marketing Department for more information about our style guide.

Latest News

Forbes, Becker’s Recognize Phelps Health

April 17, 2024

Read Time: 4 Minutes Employees Share What Honors Mean to Them 2023 was a year marked by many accomplishments at Phelps Health, but two of those achievements particularly stand out. Phelps Health was not only ...

Phelps Health Receives $40,000 Grant From Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation

April 6, 2024

Read Time: 2 Minutes Phelps Health is proud to announce that it has been awarded $40,000 as part of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation National Paralysis Resource Center (NPRC) 2023 Priority Impact Quality of ...

Phelps Health Happenings: First Quarter 2024 Updates

March 21, 2024

Read Time: 3 Minutes By Jason Shenefield, President and CEO Now that 2024 is underway, I want to take this time to reflect on some remarkable accomplishments that happened at Phelps Health in 2023. As ...

Behind the Scenes: Phelps Health Prepares for the Unexpected

March 13, 2024

Read Time: 1 Minute On March 7, Phelps Health participated in a community Emergency Management Decontamination Exercise. This exercise allowed multiple organizations to practice a response to a hypothetical community-wide emergency situation. Students from three ...

What’s the Difference Between a Colonoscopy and Stool-Based Tests?

March 8, 2024

Read Time: 4 Minutes Three Things to Know Colonoscopies allow providers to visually examine your colon for polyps and remove them, if necessary. This procedure requires sedation and bowel preparation but is considered the most ...

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