Chaplaincy Services at Medical Center of South Arkansas (MCSA) provides spiritual care, emotional support and crisis ministry to patients, their families and MCSA employees.
Chaplaincy Services also provides support and assistance to MCSA patients and the patient's family clergy or faith group, by informing them of medical situations, acquainting them with Medical Center of South Arkansas policy and procedures, and serving as a resource to patients and their families. When requested, Chaplaincy Services will assist in securing clergy of a specific faith group or denomination.
Chaplaincy Services seeks to transcend specific denominational or doctrinal differences. We respect each individual's religious or philosophical approach. Prayer and Scripture reading are regularly offered.
In Times of Crisis...
The services of a Chaplain are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for spiritual care and emotional support during a sudden and severe illness or serious accident.
...and Continuing Care
Chaplains are a caring presence for patients and families who use the services of the Medical Center of South Arkansas. Chaplaincy Services offers comfort and support throughout the hospital stay. The Service is a guide and advocate for families and patients, educating, interpreting and navigating the often uncharted seas of hospitalization and/or terminal illness.
Spiritual counseling is also available, relating God to such issues as guilt, forgiveness, reconciliation, anger, healing and life after death.
Should you or a member of your family become hospitalized at the MCSA, you may contact Chaplaincy Services by calling the Medical Center of South Arkansas or ask your MCSA nurse for assistance.Medical Center of South Arkansas870-864-3294
Bob Inmon, Director