At Memorial, chaplains are available to patients and their families to support a broad spectrum of spirituality and are not restricted to a religious denomination. Chaplains are trained to provide comfort and comprehensive support in times of trauma, grief and to aid in the healing process.
Chaplains have been clinically trained to focus on the spiritual and emotional needs of the patient, family and staff. They provide support to patients and families in a variety of circumstances and occasions:
Chaplain services are available at Memorial Hospital’s main campus, Garden Village, through Memorial’s Home Health and Hospice or by request at North Star Lodge and Children’s Village.
Memorial’s chapel is located at the main campus on the ground floor just to the left of the cafeteria’s main entrance; the chaplain’s office is next door to the chapel.