Mind, Body and Spirit
Page Hospital was designed as a healing environment dedicated to treating the whole person—mind, body and spirit.
To complement that environment, we offer the following healing therapies:
- Chapel and Serenity Room
- Healing Gardens
- Healing Touch
- Music Therapy
- Native American Hogan
- Native American Weaving Loom
- Spiritual and Pastoral Care
Aromatherapy means "treatment using scents" and is used to relieve pain, care for the skin, alleviate tension and fatigue and invigorate the entire body. Aromatherapy is available to patients based on practitioner availability.
Chapel and Serenity Room: Our non-denominational chapel is open 24/7 and is located off the hallway just outside the patient care area.
The serenity room is a special room that allows families who have experienced a loss to privately grieve. The serenity room is located just outside of the Emergency department.
Healing Gardens: Page Hospital provides our patients, visitors and guests with an outdoor environment that enables them to enjoy nature without leaving the hospital campus.
Our landscape includes benches, water features and sculpture, as well as chimes and is surrounded by a rock wall to provide privacy from the public parking lots.
Healing Touch: We offer a therapy to help restore and balance energy that has been depleted due to stress, illness, injury, grief, medical conditions, surgery or medical treatments. Healing Touch is available to patients based on practitioner availability.
Music Therapy: Patients and visitors are invited to play soft, soothing music on our piano located in the patient care area. Nursing staff reserves the right to prohibit piano use depending on patient circumstances.
Native American Hogan: A Native American Hogan is available for healing ceremonies. Patients/families must provide their own Medicine Man. Ask your nurse for more information.
Native American Weaving Loom
Native American Weaving Loom: A traditional Native American weaving loom is available for patients and guest and is located on the patient care floor.
Spiritual and Pastoral Care: Service dedicated to addressing the emotional and spiritual needs of patients, families and staff through appropriate intervention and support in an interfaith context. Patients, families and staff may ask the nurse to contact Spiritual and Pastoral Care for services.