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We invite you to visit our News section frequently to see and read what’s happening now and to explore past articles as the Building Our Future Bond Program evolves. 

 

For the Media

Media Guidelines

A member of the MIHS communications team will help you navigate the medical center and behavioral health campuses, identify contacts for your story, identify the appropriate location for your interview and coordinate photo or b-roll shoots. MIHS requires that a member of our communications team escort journalists and news photographers while on MIHS property. Additionally, MIHS communications will:

  • Coordinate on-camera and telephone interviews with MIHS experts
  • Offer b-roll and photographs to accompany stories, as available
  • Arrange on-site logistics for visiting news crews

To request an interview, please direct inquiries to the MIHS communications at 602-344-1231 or Michael.murphy@mihs.org.


Photography/Videotaping

MIHS requires anyone visiting MIHS facilities, including all contractors, consultants, patients and visitors, to sign a consent form before being photographed, videotaped or interviewed by the news media or by an in-house photographer if the photograph is to be shown to the general public. The communications representative will secure the signed release before any photography or videotaping begins.

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