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On Oklahoma Health News Presented by Oklahoma Children’s Hospital, Jon Hayes, president of Oklahoma Children’s Hospital OU Health, Cameron Mantor, M.D., chief medical officer for Oklahoma Children’s Hospital OU Health, and Jennifer Schultz, Senior Vice President of Marketing and External Relations at OU Health, discuss the new Oklahoma Children’s Hospital brand and what it means for pediatric healthcare In Oklahoma.

In the fall of 2020, the state’s only freestanding children’s hospital received a new name: Oklahoma Children’s Hospital OU Health. The announcement was made as part of the rollout of the new brand OU Health.

Along with the new brand also comes a refreshed, child friendly logo as well as a campaign with television commercials and stories all centered around the purpose of Children’s – patients and their families.

“The reason that we are here is the kids,” said Hayes. “The kids that you see in this campaign are our patients who have benefited from our wonderful team of physicians and staff. Oklahoma Children’s Hospital has never wavered in its commitment to compassionate, high-quality, patient- and family-centered care.”

The name Oklahoma Children’s Hospital was chosen because it represents the state’s flagship hospital for the care of children – providing more pediatric specialists and subspecialists than anywhere else in Oklahoma.

“Our focus is all about kids, said Mantor. “That is the only population that we serve. The future of Oklahoma Children’s Hospital is bright and we look to incorporate more access points into our system throughout even more communities in Oklahoma.

To learn more about the campaign and to watch commercials featuring patients, visit OklahomaChildrens.org/KidsSoar.