Chester County Hospital
As a Volunteer Chaplain, you will share your gifts of calm, compassionate presence and attentive listening to help meet the spiritual and emotional needs of patients, families and staff. By offering spiritual support using a patient-led, interfaith approach to help patients find strength through their own resources, you may find your own spiritual journey enriched. Volunteer Chaplains are supported and mentored by the hospital Chaplain, and their care is deeply appreciated by the hospital community. 1 unit of CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education) or equivalent pastoral training is preferred. Volunteers receive orientation and training. The application process includes a TST (TB screening) and a flu shot (in season) offered at no cost to the volunteer. Volunteers enjoy free parking.
About Chester County Hospital
701 E. Marshall Street, West Chester, PA 19380, US
Chester County Hospital will be recognized as the leading provider of care in the region and a national model for quality, service excellence and fiscal streardship.
Chester County Hospital, which is part of Penn Medicine, is dedicated to the health and well-being of the people in Chester County, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding areas.
The hospital is a 248-bed inpatient complex in West Chester, PA. Chartered in 1892 as a 10-bed dispensary, the hospital has been serving Chester County and its surrounding communities for more than 125 years. In 2013, Chester County Hospital joined the University of Pennsylvania Health System as part of its ongoing effort to provide the most progressive services available. As part of the region's #1 health system, Chester County Hospital is evolving, growing and changing, while keeping our uniquely compassionate care intact. Bringing expansive technological advancements and access to new treatment options.