Spiritual Care and Chapel

St. Jude offers Spiritual Care services 24 hours a day, seven days a week to patients and families of all religious faiths and spiritual traditions. Services include visitation, spiritual and emotional support, pastoral counseling, crisis intervention, prayer, sacraments and bereavement support, as well as support in bioethical issues, including end-of-life care and decisions. Our certified chaplains work closely with your clergy or religious leaders while you are at St. Jude.

Chapel services are broadcast on television channel 10. The CARE Channel on channel 37 offers healing imagery and music. CARE Notes address common concerns during your hospital stay, and are available in waiting rooms and patient care areas.

For more information call (714) 992-3000, ext. 3822.

Chapel

Located on the first floor, the St. Jude Chapel is open to people of all faiths daily from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. each day. Catholic Mass is celebrated each weekday at 11:30 a.m., Saturdays at 4:30 p.m., and Sundays at 8 a.m.

No One Dies Alone (NODA)

Providing compassionate companionship for the final hours, our "No One Dies Alone" program ensures that no patient at our hospital will ever die alone. This compassionate program gives the reassuring presence of a volunteer companion to dying patients who would otherwise have no one else and respite care for loved ones. With the support of the nursing staff, companions can help provide patients with the most valuable gift: a dignified death. St. Jude Medical Center believes in the intrinsic dignity of each person and makes sure someone is there to hold their hand or just keep them company in their final hours. For more information about this program, please contact Volunteer Services at (714) 992-2878.

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