Our media relations team is always available to respond to your questions and help you with your news gathering efforts. Since dealing effectively with the media requires special knowledge and skill, our team should be consulted and/or serve as the intermediary in all dealings with the press.
Only those individuals expressly authorized by senior administration to do so may speak for Pointe Coupee General Hospital. Our team serves as liaison to senior administration in evaluating the benefits and risks of media contacts, determining the form and content of information to be provided to the media, assuring that only individuals with the authority to do so speak on behalf of PCGH, and assuring that all interaction with the media is conducted in a professional manner consistent with PCGH’s mission and institutional goals.
Contact the Media Team
All media requests for an interview, patient condition report, as well as all questions on matters of policy, procedure, or operations should be referred to our media relations line at (225) 638-5702.
If the request is not urgent, you may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Media Interviews and Escort
The media relations team at Pointe Coupee General Hospital is dedicated to responding to media requests promptly. Members of the media must have a media relations escort with them while on PCGH’s campus and should arrange an escort before arriving on campus. Escorts are required to protect the health and privacy of our patients.
Our Name’s Pronunciation and Spelling
Pointe Coupee General Hospital
/point kəˈpiˈ ˈjen(ə)rəl ˈhäˌspidl/
poynt kuh·pee jeh·nr·uhl haa·spuh·tl
Always use our full name, Pointe Coupee General Hospital, when it is first mentioned in body copy. Subsequent uses may be abbreviated as PCGH.
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