Spiritual healing is an accepted practice at CMC-Lincoln. We strive to meet patients where they are, aid in the process of healing through human conversation, offer guidance, be a calming presence and allow people to feel they are not alone in their journey.
In addition to our staff chaplain, the Pastoral Care Department at CMC-Lincoln utilizes volunteers through our volunteer chaplain program, comprised of local clergy whom have been trained to provide 24 hour on-call coverage.
When Pastoral Care May be Helpful
Pastoral Care is available for your emotional and spiritual needs:
- When a loved one is seriously ill and is facing death
- When you or other family members are facing surgery
- When you are discouraged and life has lost its meaning
- When you are suffering a loss or an adjustment
- Difficult decision making
- End of Life decision making
How to Contact Pastoral Care
On-call chaplains are available 24 hours a day to respond to spiritual care needs. All on-call chaplains are trained to offer spiritual support to persons from all faith backgrounds. If you need a chaplain, ask a staff member to contact the chaplain on-call. During business hours, you can call 980-212-1010 and ask for the chaplain.
The Chapel is open 24 hours a day for private prayer and meditation. It is located on the first floor of the hospital near the main entrance.