Spiritual Life
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Keeping the Promise of Hoag Spiritual Life

The spiritual dimension plays an integral role in the well-being of patients. Many researchers have observed that certain beliefs, attitudes and practices associated with being a spiritual person positively influence health. Qualities like faith, hope and forgiveness, and the use of social support and prayer, have a noticeable effect on healing. Hoag is committed to extending its leadership to Pastoral Care.

 

Philanthropy is the key to sustain and grow this important service.

 

For more information, please contact Angelina Morano, Director of Major Gifts, at (949) 764-7221 or Angelina.Morano@hoag.org.

 

Click here for a complete list of Spiritual Life Campaign Priorities.

Big Ideas

The Hoag Promise Campaign will invest in new approaches to providing pastoral care to support our patients.

  • Clinical Pastoral Education Program (CPE) - Clinical Pastoral Professors train chaplain interns and residents, as part of their seminary education or after their ordination, to give professional, nondenominational pastoral care to patients and families.

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Empowering You

The Hoag Promise Campaign priorities empower patients with the right resources, tools and support, at the right time.

  • Bereavement Program - Grief support groups facilitated by a licensed clinical social worker for those who have lost a loved one.
  • Volunteer Development Program - Continuing education and seminars for a patient visitation committee of trained Chaplain student interns and auxiliary members.

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Extraordinary Leaders

We are extremely fortunate that our community has attracted leaders of the highest caliber, dedicating their careers to improving lives. Here’s how the Hoag Promise Campaign will support them in their important work. 

  • Endowed Chaplaincy – A spiritual enrichment program providing sustainable funding to care for the spiritual, religious, emotional and ethical needs and concerns of patients, families and staff.
  • Clinical Pastoral Education Fellowship – Training for chaplain interns and residents, as part of their seminary education or after their ordination, to give professional, non-denominational pastoral care to patients and their families.
  • CPE Staff Education and Advance Training – Resources for continuing clinical pastoral education and training including grief support for patients, family and friends and staff in crisis situations; media resources for education programs and curriculum development for nurse spirituality training courses.

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