The symbol of San Antonio Regional Hospital is a
fleur-de-lis, a “simple, life-affirming form of a growing plant, with its
connotation of biological optimism which seems to strike a tenor consonant with
the life-mending role the hospital plays in the community” stated The Daily
Report on May 24, 1964, when the symbol was introduced at the opening of the
new three-story patient tower.
The sturdy central stem of the symbol represents our
patients and their return to restored vitality. The leaves, focused on the
central stem, symbolize the elements of the hospital’s structure – trustees,
medical staff, and employees. The complete symbol recalls the cooperative
efforts needed to accomplish the hospital’s primary goal of securing the
In recognition of the hospital’s centennial, the symbol was
refreshed to enhance the appearance of a vibrant, growing plant. The updated symbol
not only conveys the strength of the hospital’s past; it embodies the growth in
its future as a regional healthcare provider. It serves as a fitting
reminder of San Antonio Regional Hospital’s celebration
of 100 Years and Growing.
Occasionally you may see our mark support a cause in colors, for example: pink for Breast Cancer Awareness or red for National Heart Month.
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