Pastoral Care for Patients, Families and Staff
Conway Medical Center Chaplains are available 24 hours a day to provide pastoral and emotional support to patients, families and staff. An on-call Chaplain can be reached by calling the pager 843-828-5081.
CMC Chaplains provide pastoral support to patients and their loved ones in a patient and family centered approach to care, that is both interdisciplinary and collaborative. Clergy of all faith traditions are welcome to visit their parishioners during the course of their hospitalization.
The Interfaith Memorial Chapel is open 24 hours a day and is located on the first floor, through the main lobby near of the hospital visitors entrance facing Singleton Ridge Rd. The chapel is designed to be a quiet space that encourages prayerful reflection and introspection.
Pastoral Care Department is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Pastoral Care Staff
A Message from the Program Director
At Conway Medical Center, one of the many ways we seek to provide support to our patients and their loved ones is by providing access to pastoral care. Chaplains are available to support patients and their loved ones as they face the difficult issues surrounding a new diagnosis or when dealing with the stress of hospitalization. Our care begins by recognizing the dignity and worth of each individual and a commitment to treat each of our patients and their loved ones with respect and compassion. We also value the individual faith traditions of our patients, so when requested, our staff will contact a patient’s pastor or representative of their faith community.
Our patients come from diverse cultural backgrounds, hold their own family traditions and have their own unique ways of expressing what gives their life meaning. Our chaplains respect these differences and seek to provide the kind of pastoral support each patient needs on an individual basis.
Clinical Pastoral Education Program
Conway Medical Center is home of South Carolina’s only hospital-based College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy (CPSP) Training Center. Learn more about this program through the following link: CMC’s CPE Program.
The College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy (CPSP) is an international, theologically-based covenant community, offering accreditation and certification to individuals and programs that meet standards of expertise in pastoral counseling, pastoral supervision and psychotherapy.