Whether you need an extra person to turn to for support or a place to reflect
on your thoughts, spiritual services can offer you the support and comfort
you need. To help our patients and their loved ones cope with the difficulties
and stress that can often accompany a serious illness or injury, we are
happy to contact your local clergy member when his or her help is needed.
If you don't have a prefered clergy member, we can contact a local
chaplain who can visit with you.
Coshocton Regional Medical Center also offers a chapel for use by patients
and visitors. It is located near the emergency department waiting room
on the first floor and provides a quiet place for reflection when you
need it. For more information about our spiritual care services, please
speak with your nurse.