The Chaplaincy program at The Children's Hospital provides professional pastoral care to children and their families as they cope with their hospital experience.
The faith and spiritual practices of patients and families are often a source of strength and hope during a hospital stay. Our chaplains are trained to respond to spiritual needs and to provide spiritual support and guidance to patients and families as they seek healing, meaning, and hope.
Chaplaincy staff are sensitive to the varied expressions of faith and are dedicated to providing support 24 hours a day. Anyone may request a visit: patient, family member, your church, your nurse, your doctor or another member of the hospital staff. In an emergency, you may ask a staff member to page a chaplain.
chaplains will respect your dignity and privacy and will not impose religious
beliefs or practices. Chaplains are caring listeners. You set the agenda and
determine the depth of any conversation you have.
Chaplaincy staff can be with you when:
They can help you by:
Greenville Memorial Hospital: Near the visitor