It is the mission of the Spiritual Services Department to promote wholistic care (body, mind & spirit) by addressing the spiritual and emotional needs of patients, families, employees, volunteers and faith communities through the collaborative efforts of our staff chaplains, department volunteers, the Parish Nurse Program, and the Pediatric / Pregnancy Bereavement Program.
- Chaplain Services
- Parish Nurse Program
- Pediatric / Pregnancy Bereavement Program
Spiritual Services Endowment Fund
You can play a major role in continuing the mission of Lee Health Spiritual Services. Your tax-deductible donation, made through the Lee Health Foundation, will allow us to continue our efforts on behalf of our patients and community. To make a donation on-line now, please click here. For more information, please contact the Lee Health Foundation at 239-343-6950 or visit their website at www.leehealthfoundation.org.
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Pediatric / Pregnancy Bereavement Services
The loss of a pregnancy or the serious illness, injury or death of a child is a tragedy shattering the cohesiveness of a family as each person tries to deal with their grief. Reactions to loss may be frightening, and vary greatly from person to person. Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida recognizes the impact of fetal, infant, or child loss, and reaches out to families in need through a variety of services.
Families are offered support from professionals in the field of grief and bereavement. Support may include on-going emotional support, referral to community resources, educational materials, and grief education programs for community groups, businesses, and professional organizations. Support may be provided in the home, at the office, or by telephone. There is no charge for these services, and no time limit to when support begins or ends.
For more information or to request services contact the Pediatric / Pregnancy Bereavement Coordinator at: 239-343-6812.