Number Of Legionnaires Cases At Local Hospital Now 15 By Associated Press • Jun 11, 2019 ShareTweetEmail Credit bizjournals.com Franklin County Public Health says 15 people have now been diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease in an outbreak at the Mount Carmel hospital in Grove City. That up from 13 last week. One of the victims has died. The source has yet to be determined. Tags: Legionnaires' DiseaseMount Carmel Grove CityDeanna RezesMount Carmel Health SystemShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Mount Carmel Says Water At Grove City Hospital Now Safe To Drink By Associated Press • Jun 7, 2019 bizjournals.com Patients at Mount Carmel's Grove City hospital may now use the water. Now Thirteen Legionnaires Cases At Mount Carmel Grove City By Associated Press • Jun 6, 2019 bizjournals.com Franklin County health officials said Wednesday 13 people have now been diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease amid an outbreak at a recently opened Mount Carmel branch in Grove City. More Patients Diagnosed Amid Legionnaires' Outbreak By Associated Press • Jun 5, 2019 Health officials in Ohio say 10 people have now been diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease amid an outbreak at a recently opened hospital near Columbus. Franklin County's health department said Tuesday that's up from seven. One of those patients died Sunday. Mount Carmel Health System says the hospital is working with health officials to identify the source of the bacteria at Mount Carmel Grove City. State health officials say the first patient diagnosed with Legionnaires' was admitted to the hospital on April 29, the day after it opened. Hospital Reports Patient Death Amid Legionnaires' Outbreak By Associated Press • Jun 3, 2019 A patient has died amid an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in a recently opened hospital, authorities said. Two Franklin County Workers Diagnosed With Legionnaires' Disease By Jim Letizia • Aug 23, 2018 jfs.franklincountyohio.gov Franklin County health officials are taking measures to stop a possible outbreak of Legionnaires Disease at the county Job and Family Services office on the north side.