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Blessing hands an important part of Hospital Week

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  • Written By: Felicia Messimer
Blessing hands an important part of Hospital Week

Campbell County Health Chaplains Deb Coté, David Malan and Gordon Harper joined Chaplain Coordinator Donny Edwards yesterday in celebrating the Blessing of the Hands.

The Blessing of the Hands is a cherished tradition practiced around the world, linking the art and science backgrounds of healthcare to the spiritual aspect of healing. The non-denominational ceremony continues this week and is open to all employees, establishing that every person at CCH is responsible for the healing of our patients.

On-Call Chaplains and Abiders are available at CCH 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 in Campbell County, Wyoming. These volunteer Chaplains and Abiders are an important part of the healthcare team dedicated to "Whole-person" healing. Learn more at

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