On-Call Chaplains and Abiders are available at Campbell County Health to
provide spiritual care and emotional support whenever they are needed—providing
24/7 coverage to Campbell County Memorial Hospital, The Legacy Living
& Rehabilitation Center and Close to Home Hospice House and every
CCH facility. Campbell County Health's volunteer Chaplains and Abiders
are an important part of the healthcare team dedicated to "Whole-person" healing.
For those who don’t know, Chaplains provide spiritual support and
care to patients, residents, families, and staff at Campbell County Memorial
Hospital, and are trained to support people of all spirituality—even
to those who may have no spirituality.
The Abider team is trained to offer presence and care to our patients and
residents who are actively dying and may not have support—the program's
goal is to make sure that no one dies alone.
CCH also has a HEART team, which is an interdisciplinary team of employees
and chaplains in our health system who provide critical incident stress
support to the employees of Campbell County Health.
Meet CCH's Chaplain
Donny Edwards, MDiv
Spiritual care available to you 24/7 at CCH
• Confidential spiritual care, counseling, comfort and nurturing
• Spiritual crisis intervention and staff debriefings
• Non-judgement listening
• Patient and staff advocate
• Emotional support of diagnosis, grief and end-of-life issues
• Providing resources of religious texts and spiritual literature
• Assisting in contacting local clergy for specific religious rituals
Need Spiritual Care
If you feel the need to see a chaplain, one will be made available to you.
A staff chaplain is on-site weekdays between 8 am-5 pm. Evening and weekend
emergencies are covered by on-call chaplains. If you are in need of immediate
spiritual care services, you may call 307.688.1540 and request a chaplain.
The Chapel is located on the First Floor of Campbell County Memorial Hospital,
located near the Emergency Department. The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation
Center also has a Chapel located on site, near the Great Room on the main
floor of the building. These sacred spaces are open for prayer, meditation
and reflection for persons of all faiths.
Spiritual Care Week
October 21-27, 2018 is Spiritual Care Week, a time to recognize those who
provide spiritual support to our patients and residents in the hospital,
long-term care facility or hospice settings. Our spiritual care team represents
the many faith communities in our area and are trained to provide spiritual
support regardless of faith tradition. We thank our volunteer chaplains,
associate chaplains, and abiders who volunteer their time and talent as
part of our care team at Campbell County Health.