Broward Health Vision
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Broward Health Mission
Broward Health is refreshing its brand with a new look and other updates that are being rolled out online, in its commercials, and at its facilities.
The health system’s rebrand includes a new logo and updated mission and vision statements that serve as a guiding force for its nearly 11,000 employees and physicians.
While the system remains focused on providing quality care, you may notice the new brand reflects its commitment to providing the highest level of care and compassion to the people and community it serves and seeing you well into your future.
As the Broward Health system continues to expand its services and capabilities, here’s what’s happening at Broward Health Coral Springs.
The hospital recently welcomed Kristen Z. Bowman as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Before joining Broward Health, Bowman was most recently interim CEO at a hospital in Atlanta that is part of Georgia’s largest non-profit healthcare system.
“Since joining Broward Health, I have been excited to see the commitment and dedication of my team and just how deeply rooted the hospital is in the community it serves,” said Bowman. “Joining the system as it reinvigorates its brand and refocuses on what matters most has been amazing.”
Just a few months into her new role, Bowman’s excited about what the future holds and plans to focus on providing specialty services needed by the community in the coming year.
Broward Health Coral Springs was recently one of the first hospitals in South Florida to adopt the AquaBeam Robotic System. This technology is used to perform aquablation therapy, a minimally invasive surgical treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia, or enlarged prostate. This is a common condition for middle-aged and elderly men that negatively affects their quality of life.
Another common health condition is heart disease, which is currently the number one cause of death in the U.S. During National Heart Health Month, Broward Health Coral Springs reminds the community that in 2023 it opened its second cardiac catheterization lab, a state-of-the-art bi-plane lab, where two sets of images can be taken of the heart at the same time with just one injection of contrast. The new lab expanded the hospital’s services to include transcatheter cardiac ablation procedures and services to diagnose and treat neurovascular conditions.
To improve access to minimally invasive robotic surgery, the hospital recently added two new operating rooms. Looking forward, the hospital has 28 new patient rooms under construction that are expected to be completed in late 2024.
Plans are underway for the hospital to acquire additional technologies, including a new stereotactic biopsy machine for its Women’s Center and a new CT scan in the Emergency Department for timely stroke care. In addition, as part of its commitment to excellence, the hospital is pursuing a NICU Level III designation for its smallest patients and creating a hernia center of excellence.
“As we advance into 2024, we couldn’t be more excited about starting this new chapter of Broward Health,” said Bowman. “These investments and initiatives will help Broward Health Coral Spring achieve our bold new vision to be champions for a healthier community.”
To learn more about Broward Health’s rebranding,
For more information about Broward Health Coral Springs, visit BrowardHealth.org/CoralSprings.