Meet the Spiritual Care Team
The healing journey of our patients, their families and our employees is Cedars-Sinai's highest priority. Our Spiritual Care team works diligently to ensure the wellbeing of the whole person, especially during times of distress, transition, and celebration.
Multiple faiths, religious, spiritual and cultural traditions are represented by the chaplains at Cedars-Sinai, and they are able to provide spiritual care for all beliefs and backgrounds. If you wish to have your own clergy visit you, learn more about visiting community clergy options.
For more than 100 years, Cedars-Sinai’s role as a Jewish hospital has been to provide compassionate care to all, guided by humility and the inspiration of Genesis 12:2, "And be a Blessing." Recognizing that illness is a complex process involving the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual resources of patients, their visitors and our staff; and that illness may also be viewed as a transformative experience on the journey of life, which can lead to different kinds of healing; the Spiritual Care Department affirms the vital role that clinically trained chaplains can play as part of the multi-disciplinary team in addressing the spiritual dimension of suffering and healing. Our aim is to nurture the soul of our institution, providing appropriate and compassionate spiritual care to our patients, their visitors and our staff, while respecting and supporting each individual’s values and culture, including faith tradition, religious or spiritual beliefs and practices.
Call the Spiritual Care team Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Pacific Time (U.S.), or send a message. You can also visit our offices, which are on the Plaza Level, between the North and South towers, next to the chapel.