The healing environment of North Colorado Medical Center extends to body, mind and spirit. Staff chaplains address the emotional and spiritual needs of patients, families and staff through interfaith support.
With an understanding and respect for diverse theological views, chaplains are available to provide spiritual and emotional care during hospitalization, devotional and sacramental support and a sensitive presence in times of crisis, grief or loss. They can also help patients and families contact their own pastors, priests, rabbis or other faith community leaders for spiritual support.
NCMC is proud to be the only hospital north of Denver to host a Clinical Pastoral Education program. Initiated in 1997, the program trains future chaplains in the art of spiritual care.
Patients who would like to visit with a chaplain can call the Spiritual Care office at (970) 350-3473.
Visitors, patients and staff members of all faiths are welcome to visit the interfaith chapel for prayer and meditation. The chapel is open 24 hours a day for quiet contemplation. It is located on the hospital’s service floor between the cafeteria and surgery waiting room. Patients, families, employees and volunteers are encouraged to enjoy the chapel’s peaceful atmosphere.
2 p.m. – 2:30 pm