Spiritual care is the primary focus. The goal of this department is to be able to minister to all those that come through the hospital door. The chapel is open 24 hours a day and provides a quiet, reverent atmosphere for persons of all faiths. Our chaplains, Kaminski Robinson, Randy Johnson, Sam Crawford, Andrea Tackett, Patrick Chellah and Stephen Thacker are available for your spiritual and emotional support. There is a chaplain on call at all times at the hospital (24/7 coverage). A variety of devotional material is also available upon request.
Many times the chaplain assists patients' families in need of financial assistance by providing meals when the families have been staying with the patient for extended periods of time. Sometimes, the chaplain also assists in financial matters such as the costs of medications to newly discharged patients that demonstrate financial need.
Our chaplains and assistant chaplains are very active within the hospital. In fact, the chaplain averages meeting with 85 patients and/or their families each day in patient rooms and waiting rooms.
Chaplain Kaminski Robinson's office may be contacted at 218-3969 or simply dial 3969 within the hospital. Randy Johnson's office can be reached at 218-3915 (dial 3915 within the hospital)
Sunday Services are held at 9:30am each Sunday in the chapel, located on the second floor of May Tower. The services are also aired on Channel 54 to patient rooms.
Devotions and prayer are delivered via the hospital's intercom system twice daily at approximately 9:00am and 9:00pm.
24/7 devotion line (606-218-2055)
Audio Bible available on PMC's cable channel 59
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