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Media Requests

We appreciate your interest in Washington Regional. The following processes and guidelines have been established by Washington Regional to protect the privacy of Washington Regional patients and team members:  

  • A Marketing and Communications Department staff member must accompany all reporters, camera crews and photographers while on the property of any Washington Regional facility. 
  • Media must contact the Marketing and Communications Department to request a visit to our campus or a clinic location; to request an interview with a Washington Regional patient, physician, administrator or team member; or to request a condition report. Contact information is below:

Natalie Ladd Hardin, MBA
Vice President, Marketing and Communications Dept.
nhardin@wregional.com
479.463.1290 (office)
479.445.3872 (cell)

Brooke Morgan
Director, Marketing and Communications Dept.
bmorgan@wregional.com
479.463.1012 (office)
520.665.1483 (cell)

Condition Reports

Condition reports for specific patients are available by contacting the Marketing and Communications Department (see contacts above) during regular business hours. Please note that we cannot release any information without the first and last name of the patient, nor without the permission of the patient. If the patient is listed in the Washington Regional Medical Center directory, Marketing and Communications Department staff may release a one-word description of the patient's condition as described below:

Undetermined - The patient is awaiting the physician and/or assessment.

Good - Vital signs are stable and within normal limits. The patient is conscious and comfortable. Indicators are excellent.

Fair - Vital signs are stable and within normal limits. The patient is conscious but may be uncomfortable. Indicators are favorable.

Serious - Vital signs may be unstable and not within normal limits. The patient is acutely ill. Indicators are questionable.

Critical - Vital signs are unstable and not within normal limits. The patient may be unconscious. Indicators are unfavorable.