US-based women’s health network Premier ObGyn of Minnesota has rebranded itself as Premier Women’s Health of Minnesota.

The organisation has introduced a new name, logo and ‘patient-centric’ website as part of the rebranding.

Premier Women’s Health of Minnesota said this underscores its commitment to providing comprehensive and holistic solutions for women’s health while enabling the delivery of enhanced care and support for its patients.

The group described the rebranding as a ‘testament’ to its ‘progressive commitment to women’s health’, as well as a ‘pivotal phase’ of its growth and evolution.

Premier Women’s Health of Minnesota medical director Dr Annelise Swigert said: “Our transformation symbolises our dedication to addressing the diverse healthcare needs of our patients.

“It aligns with our mission to be at the forefront of women’s health advocacy in our communities. 

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“We aim to uphold the highest standards in women’s healthcare, both clinically and ethically, while fostering a more inclusive and accessible experience for our patients.” 

As Minnesota’s largest women’s health practice, Premier Women’s Health of Minnesota serves a network of more than 53,000 patients across 12 locations in the Minneapolis and St Paul areas.

The organisation includes more than 75 providers, including certified nurse practitioners, midwives, physician assistants and other wellness specialists.

Its partnership combines the knowledge of four obstetrics and gynaecology practices operating in the Greater Twin Cities area.

Through its network and resources, the organisation aims to cater to the healthcare needs of women of all ages.

Premier Women’s Health of Minnesota has been affiliated with Unified Women’s Healthcare since 2019.

Founded in 2009, Unified Women’s currently supports more than 2,700 providers across 22 North American markets, specialising in comprehensive women’s health services.

Its other affiliated companies include CCRM Fertility, Lucina and Gennev, the latter of which is the US’ largest virtual menopause clinic provider.