Our Pastoral Care team is available to assist you and your family with your emotional and spiritual care during your stay, regardless of your religious affiliation.
Chaplains are available to pray with you, and offer counsel, support and guidance regarding treatment decisions and end-of-life issues.
If you are Catholic, you may choose to receive daily Holy Communion from a volunteer Eucharistic minister and the sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick from a priest.
Our team can assist with your advanceD directives.
Please let your nurse know if you or a family member would like to speak with a Chaplain.
We offer Catholic Mass weekday mornings at 7:30 a.m. in Holy Trinity Chapel. However, the Chapel is open 24 hours a day. You can find the Chapel in the West Administration Building around the corner from the top of the ramp. Patients may tune in to Channel 15 to view Mass from their hospital television.
St. Vincent Charity Medical Center also trains chaplains through its residency program.
May 3, 2018
St. Vincent Charity Medical Center hosted a virtual dementia tour on Thursday, May 3, 2018 for caregivers who wanted to experience how a patient with dementia sees, hears and feels in their world. ...continue readingRead More
January 18, 2018
Through St. Vincent Charity’s Clinical Pastoral Education Program, founded in 2000, the hospital is educating and fostering a new generation of hospital chaplains to tend to the spiritua ...continue readingRead More