SPIRITUAL CARE

At Pullman Regional Hospital, we care about spiritual well-being as well as physical health.

The chaplain program at Pullman Regional Hospital provides patients, family members, and hospital staff with spiritual care as an integral part of the health care system.  Local clergy and trained volunteer lay persons carry out this ministry in a way that is consistent with the values, vision, and mission of Pullman Regional Hospital.

The Pullman Regional Hospital Volunteer Chaplain Program began in June 1997.  It was initiated in response to a community survey, which indicated strong support for spiritual care for patients and others while at the hospital.  Pullman Regional Hospital partnered with Pullman Kiwanis, local churches, and faith community representatives to develop this patient-focused service.   Sacred Heart Medical Center supported the volunteers to develop and implement a training program for our chaplains to provide spiritual care to all in need.


For more information on the volunteer chaplain program, please contact Social Services: 

(509) 336-7556

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Whether it’s a prayer before surgery, or a hand to hold through tough times, the volunteer chaplains provide a frequently sought after service at Pullman Regional Hospital.