The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio announced a new name April 24—Christus Children’s—which Christus Health officials said reflect and encompass the hospital’s services.

Christus Health officials said what originated as a hospital in downtown San Antonio has grown into a network of freestanding emergency centers, multispecialty, maternal and pediatric clinics as well as outpatient rehabilitation facilities citywide and in New Braunfels.

“The name might be new, but Christus’ reputation for trusted care is not. Christus Children’s remains committed to providing outstanding care focused on families,” CEO Cris Daskevich said in a statement. “For more than 10 years, we have provided hope and healing to the San Antonio community as the first and only freestanding hospital dedicated solely to children and expectant women.”

Christus officials said the new name is the start of a campuswide transformation that will include the addition of colorful murals, enhanced signage wayfinding and a sense of cohesion between all of the buildings around the hospital.

In 2018, the hospital became the first children’s hospital in South Texas to earn Magnet Designation for nursing excellence and received recognition as a baby-friendly hospital, meeting the highest standard of care for infant nutrition, a news release said.

Christus Children’s also is the only U.S. hospital to maintain the Gold Level Beacon Award in both their pediatric and neonatal intensive care units, Christus officials said.

“We are committed to ensuring families do not have to leave San Antonio for the best, comprehensive pediatric care,” said Chief Medical Officer Dr. Norman Christopher said in a statement. “This is why we continue to bring the best and brightest maternal and pediatric specialists to this community to care for all of the patients and families we are blessed to serve.”