Kilbryde Hospice launches new logo

5 September, 2022

On the 5 September 2022, Kilbryde Hospice, South Lanarkshire’s not for profit hospice, based in East Kilbride, launched a fresh new logo. This logo reflects our identity and celebrates our growth over the last 7 years.

Kilbryde Hospice has evolved since its inception in 2001. As patient and family support is our focus, the hospice has grown to meet the needs of the South Lanarkshire communities. Initially, the hospice offered Care at Home, Day Services, Bereavement Support, Complementary and Music Therapies from our purpose-built building, however since 2018 we have also offered a 12-bed in-patient facility within the hospice.

Hospice Chief Executive, Gordon McHugh said “Our previous logo was created nearly two decades ago and has served the hospice well. As we look to the future and continue to focus on the communities of South Lanarkshire and the building of local partnerships, we recognised the need to refresh our image. Our aim was to stay within the same colour palate with the symbolism of the dove from our previous logo giving us an updated look that visibly represents what is vital to us, which is our community.”

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