Pastoral Care Services
Pastoral Care Services
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Pastoral Care Services

Recognizing that health is influenced by the spiritual, emotional and physical aspects of our lives, the Pastoral Care Department at Roper St. Francis provides spiritual care as an integral part of overall healing.

To support that philosophy of holistic care, chaplains are available throughout our hospitals during the working day, Monday through Friday, and through an on-duty system evenings, weekends and holidays.

In addition, chapels and meditation areas are available at the hospitals and open 24 hours for prayer and meditation.

 

Roper Hospital

Pastoral Care Office is located on the first floor as you enter the main entrance to Roper Hospital off of Calhoun Street.

Contact a Chaplain:
Pastoral Care Office: (843) 724-2380
Roper Hospital Operator (ask them to page a Chaplain after hours/ weekends): (843) 724-2000

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Meditation Area
Open 24 hours for prayer and meditation
 


 

Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital

Pastoral Care Office is located on the first floor of St. Francis Hospital off of the Mall area, across from the cafeteria.

Contact a Chaplain:
Pastoral Care Office: (843) 402-1124
BSSF Hospital Operator (ask them to page a Chaplain anytime): (843) 402-1000

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Chapel
Open 24 hours for prayer and meditation

Catholic Mass
The 2nd of 4th Tuesday of the month at 11:30 a.m. in the Chapel 

Meditation Garden
Open 24 hours for prayer and meditation

 


  

Mount Pleasant Hospital

Pastoral Care Office is located on the first floorof Mount Pleasant Hospital to the left of the lobby at the main entrance.

Contact a Chaplain:
Pastoral Care Office: (843) 606-7694
Mount Pleasant Hospital RN Supervisor: (843) 991-2707

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Meditation Area
Open 24 hours for prayer and meditation. Located on the first floor to the left of the lobby of the main entrance.

 

 





When to Contact a Chaplain

  • In crisis situations
  • During times of emotional stress
  • When you are lonely or anxious
  • When you desire sacraments, scripture or prayer
  • When awaiting surgery, diagnosis or prognosis
  • At times of loss or grief
  • When recovery is in jeopardy
  • When you need information or instructions on spiritual/religious issues
  • When you need help in arranging a visit by a Catholic lay eucharistic minister, a rabbi, or your own clergy or faith group representative