Coping with a life-changing medical diagnosis is a trying time for patients, residents and their families. Hospitalization often results in a range of emotions, from apprehension and anxiety to relief and elation. If you are in need of spiritual guidance or support for life’s difficult situations, our Spiritual Care staff and volunteers are here for you.

Our chaplains are professionally trained and provide assistance to individuals with many different spiritual preferences. We are prepared to help you connect with your faith community and to facilitate visits from your own pastor in any way we can. We also provide consultation on medical ethics, religious practices, advance directives and end-of-life issues.


Everyone is welcome to visit our chapels to reflect quietly anytime of the day or night.

St. Elizabeth Campus

The chapel at the St. Elizabeth Campus is located just inside the front entrance on the first floor. It is open for prayer from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. 

St. Luke’s Campus

The chapel at the St. Luke’s Campus, the chapel is located next to the Intermediate Care and Observation Unit (ICOU) on the main floor. At The Center for Rehabilitation and Continuing Care Services, the chapel is located adjacent to the Lobby area.

Faxton Campus

The chapel at the Faxton Campus is located on the first floor next to the blue elevators.

Religious Rituals and Services

Our priority is to ensure that your unique spiritual needs are met regardless of your faith, tradition or spirituality.

The hospital chaplain and/or volunteers are available for patients, residents, family or staff needs. We can provide scriptures and devotional materials upon request.

  • For Roman Catholic patients, Holy Communion is available from Eucharistic ministers
  • The Sacrament of the Sick (Anointing) and the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) are also available from a priest upon request
  • For Jewish patients, Kosher meals are available upon request and a Rabbi can be contacted to assist with other aspects of religious observance
  • An Imam is available to visit Muslim patients and to offer appropriate guidance and prayers in keeping with Islamic teachings upon request.