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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Utah's largest health-care system is changing its logo and look.
The company, known throughout the community as I-H-C, is changing how it spells its name. The company will now be called Intermountain Healthcare, with no space and a little "C."
There's also a new logo and Web site. People who've been visiting their Web site at ihc.com. or e-mailing someone who works there will now need to make adjustments. The company's new Web site is now intermountainhealthcare.org.
Spokesman Daron Cowley says the new logo is being phased in. Over the next year, all the facilities and services within Intermountain Healthcare will have their look updated.
The health-care system includes hospitals, clinics, insurance plans and physicians.
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