In the News

This section was designed to keep you informed about what's going on with Mount Carmel Health Partners in the news, including special programs and events.

For members of the news media who are looking for Mount Carmel news, considering health-related events to cover, reporting breaking news or looking to put a local face on a national story, our media relations staff is available to assist with story ideas, background information and interview subjects.

To facilitate that relationship, we've created several online media resources, including contact information, a newsroom, details about our media policies and services, and patient guidelines—all of which are available right here.

Media Contact Information

Use the numbers below to contact the operator at the appropriate facility, and ask to be put in contact with our Media Relations team.

  • Mount Carmel East - 614-234-6000
  • Mount Carmel West - 614-234-5000
  • Mount Carmel St. Ann's - 380-898-4000
  • Mount Carmel New Albany - 614-775-6600
  • Mount Carmel Grove City - 614-663-5300

If you're trying to contact Mount Carmel Media Relations for a non-emergency request, you can use this form

You can also email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Media at Mount Carmel Facilities

All media representatives must be escorted by a representative of the Mount Carmel Media Relations or a department designee, a security officer or the nursing administrator while on the property of any Mount Carmel Facility. Members of the media must schedule all on-site and phone interviews through the media relations department. All patients must sign a consent form prior to being videotaped, photographed or interviewed.

Releasing Patient Information

In accordance with HIPPA regulations, no information about patients may be released unless consent is given. If consent is given, only one of the following one-word conditions may be released:

  • Good - Patient is in no imminent danger and is making progress toward normal health
  • Fair - Patient is in satisfactory condition and is only moderately ill
  • Poor - Patient is seriously ill and could be in potentially critical condition
  • Critical - Patient's condition is life-threatening