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

Through the hospital’s volunteer chaplain program, patients and family members can seek a different form of healing, receiving emotional and spiritual support in addition to help coping with fears about hospitalization.

Historically, a chaplain is a member of the Christian clergy called to serve as a spiritual leader, but at Pullman Regional Hospital, volunteer chaplains are not required to be members of the clergy.


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

(509) 336-7556

A Ministry of Presence

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.