We share the burden of the patients and their families through visitation and counselling.
Emotions of hospitalized patients can be complicated. We are more than willing to share and provide support.
Sickness sometimes can raise queries towards life like loneliness, guilty, struggle, fragile etc. We would love to support the patients mentally and spiritually.
We care the body, mind and soul of end-of-life patients and their family members. To ease the heaviness in facing death can help the patients to finish well in dignity. At the same time, bereavement care is provided for family members.
Visiting discharged patients and referring them and their family members to suitable organisations or churches for in-depth follow-up.
Organizing activities for patients, such as Fellowship, Evangelical meetings, Concerts, Bible reading groups etc.
Chaplains act as fellowship mentors to pastoral care colleagues at the Hospital and to counsel the needed staff.