Across St. Luke's
network of care, spiritual support is available through our chaplains. They care for you so you can care for those you serve. They are committed to keeping your conversations with them private and confidential. If you are at risk, they will work with you to get you the help you need. They are skilled in offering group sessions when departments are feeling moral distress, and they also offer Critical Incident Stress Debriefings for team members who have experienced unusual and significantly distressing events in caring for patients and families.
Find one of the chaplains around the hospital, or call 314-542-4748
. Regular hours are 8:00am-4:30pm Monday-Friday. Chaplains are available 24/7 for sacramental and other spiritual care emergencies by calling the Hospital Operator and asking that the on-call chaplain be paged.
Nurturing our Spirit
When This Is Over - Poem
If We Nurture our Spirit
Words of Life to Encourage your Spirit
Care Channel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Relaxation and Meditation
Relax in the healing power of nature and calming instrumental music to find some calm and peace, ease your anxieties, and help create a healing environment.
That Discomfort You're Feeling is Grief
Explores how acknowledging grief may help you manage it better in times of crisis.
Facing Moral Distress During the COVID-19 Crisis - AACN