Advanced ICU Care is now
Hicuity Health

Hicuity Health Logo

After fifteen years and the introduction of new service lines, Advanced ICU Care has rebranded. Advanced ICU Care is now Hicuity Health.

The change is one of branding rather than delivery; we have not been acquired nor changed ownership, our personnel and practices will not change, and our devotion to the care of our patients and the partnership with our clients remain foremost.

So why the new name? The name Advanced ICU Care was lengthy, accurate for a long while, but eventually limiting.

The adoption of Hicuity Health as our new name is intended to communicate our growing expertise beyond the ICU – and represents our intent to continue to deliver expert care and clinical support across existing service lines while expanding our horizons and service delivery.

We are excited and proud of this next step in the evolution of our company.

This brief video says a bit more about our new name.

 

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