A health care chaplain has earned a college degree and been ordained by a religious group. Many chaplains also complete a residency or internship focused on ministering to those who are sick, injured or dying.
Chaplains at Deaconess are available 24 hours per day to help patients and families find comfort in times of uncertainty. They play a critical role in patient care by supporting emotional and spiritual needs regardless of a person’s faith tradition.
In addition to providing chaplaincy services, Deaconess offers a residency program for Clinical Pastoral Education which is currently seeking a new CPE educator.
Carolyn Edwards - Manager/Chaplain
Phil Crofford - Chaplain
Chuck Doughty - DSS Chaplain
Emily English - DSS Chaplain
Ben Roberts - Chaplain
Sammie Smith - Chaplain
Jacky Schroeder - Chaplain
Patrick Wallace - Chaplain
Amy Hartig - Administrative Assistant