Trinitas Regional Medical Center recognizes the diverse spiritual and cultural needs of its
patients, visitors, and employees. The chaplains at Trinitas Regional Medical Center work
to meet these needs within in a framework of respect for the views of all
religions, denominations, personal philosophies, and cultural traditions.
Whatever the chaplains' denomination may be, their desire is to honor the
beliefs and traditions that have meaning to you and to help you draw upon
your own spirituality.
We welcome the involvement of your personal clergy. Should you wish to
arrange a visit while you are here, please call the Pastoral Care Department
at extension 5011 or speak with your nurse. Your clergy may visit you
at any time.
Hospital chaplains visit patients daily. Should you wish to visit with a
hospital chaplain, please call extension 5019.
During evening and night hours, a hospital chaplain is on call and may be
requested by speaking with your nurse.
The Chapel, located on the first floor of the hospital, is open daily from
5:30 am to 7 pm for private prayer and meditation.
Catholic Liturgies are celebrated in the Chapel at 6:30am and noon, Monday
through Friday; at 3:30pm on Saturday and 7:30am and 12:30pm on Sunday.
These may be viewed on Channel 39 of your television.
Communion is distributed daily by members of the Pastoral Care Team or a
Eucharistic Minister from the local parishes.
Any patient who would like to receive the Sacrament of the Sick and/or
Reconciliation may inform their chaplain or call extension 5119.