Hospitality in Healthcare

Hospitality is simple, having someone with you as you engage in your healthcare needs, along with decision making, people feel more comfortable with a clinical care professional. Someone trained to listen, guide without judgment, and be a compassionate presence with the one who is receiving medical services.

Hospitality is simple, having a clinically trained support staff be a member of your doctor’s healthcare practice. Be it a generalist that sees patients from the age of 18 up to the “don’t ask me how old I am” (!). This is clinically trained care specialist who is present in a compassionate way for building relationships and establishing partnerships between patients and their doctors.

Hospitality is simple, yet, not always easy, when a long-time patient needs to be told there’s a change in diagnosis or prognosis, or a young person is faced with a life limiting illness that shortens life but not hope. Clinical Chaplains are present to all members of the healthcare relationship; patients, their families, and the healthcare professional as life is treated with dignity and respect designed uniquely for each person.

Unlimited Grace clinical Chaplains are ready to serve your physician’s practice today. You and your patients deserve hospitality in your practice.

Contact Rev. Nancy True M.Div. a Clinical Palliative Care Specialist today.

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