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Chaplaincy Services
606-218-3969



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 dayand 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 areavailable 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.

Baptism services are provided and the Baptistery is available for Baptismal Services to area churches that do not have a Baptistery.
Many times the chaplain assistspatients' families in need of financial assistance by providing meals when the families have been staying with the patient forextended 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 chaplainsare very active within the hospital. In fact, the chaplain averagesmeeting with85 patients and/ortheir familieseach day in patient rooms and waiting rooms.

Chaplain Kaminski Robinson's officemay 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)


Services

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

Facilities

The Chapel is used for worship services, special events such as gospel singings, marriage ceremonies, prayer meetings, study groups (spiritual emphasis group). All activities performed in a regular church are performed in the chapel. The chapel can also be used as a place where staff, family members and visitors can have a moment of quiet time

The baptistery area to the right of the chapel is used for baptismal services; as well as area churches that do not have a baptistery. In this room is a beautiful stain glass window, and a water fountain with bible inscriptions covered with flowing water.

Meditation Room
During stressful times, there is a quiet space for a moment away from distractions.

This peaceful area is located on the Second floor of the May Tower (near Central Registration). Patients and visitors are encouraged to use the room for:
  • Prayer
  • Meditation
  • Reflect on your recovery
  • Visits with the chaplains
  • Private conversations between family members

This ares is designed to provide a tranquil space for you to deal with what is happening in your life.

  • Comfortable seating
  • Reflective reading material
  • Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week






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