About Our Chaplains
Who Calls the Chaplain?
Patients, family members or friends are welcome to call a chaplain if they are are:
- anxious, upset or worried
- feeling angry or guilty
- feeling hopeless
- fearing a loss
- in need of spiritual strength
- unable to cope
- in need of understanding "why"
- questioning themselves, their relationships with loved ones, friends or with God
What Will the Chaplain Do for You?
- listen and understand your feelings
- respect your faith
- accept you as a person of worth and value
- spend time with you and care for your spiritual needs
- help you obtain information when asked
- be an emotional and spiritual resource to you in time of crisis
The Chaplain may also help you with:
- conflict resolution
- communication problems
- housing for out-of-town family members or friends
- contacting your minister upon request
- sorting through difficult decisions
If you're a patient, family member or concerned friend and would like to request a chaplain visit, please dial extension 8556 at the Raleigh Campus or page the on-call chaplain from outside the hospital at 393-6543.
At WakeMed Cary Hospital, dial extension 02536 to request a chaplain. If you cannot reach a chaplain at this extension, call the hospital switchboard by dialing 350-2000 and have the operator page a chaplain for you.