Chaplains are able to assist with

  • Grief and loss
  • Spiritual support
  • Uncomfortable feelings
  • Non-judgemental listening
  • Sensitive use of religious texts and prayer
  • Blessings, sacraments and religious rituals
  • Family meetings with healthcare professionals
  • Community clergy contracts
  • Staff support and debriefing
  • Discerning meaning in times of crisis
  • Identification of inner coping mechanisms
  • Support through ethical decision-making processes

Meet the Chaplains

Pacific Health Ministry Chaplains provide spiritual care and emotional support for patients, families and staff at healthcare-related organizations in Hawaii. Chaplains are clinically trained to offer compassionate spiritual care while respecting the individual’s faith tradition and religious or spiritual beliefs.