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Highly Experienced Chaplain
08.503.M.09

A caring chaplain who for 13 years has offered exceptional care for 5,000 seniors, adults and youth in leading medical hospitals, hospices, mental health facilities, long-term care facilities and clinics.

Expertise includes outstanding skills in assisting patients, families, medical staff and volunteers through spiritual guidance, comfort and practical life support.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Barlow Respiratory Hospital, Los Angeles, California                                                                     2005-Present

Chaplain – Part-time

Support patients, families and staff through visits and interactions that emphasize spiritual well-being for an acute-care, 65-bed hospital that treats patients with respiratory and other complex medical conditions who require longer hospital stays.

  • Visit and counsel 10 to 15 patients and their families weekly.

  • Participate in quarterly meetings of the palliative care team, and offer advice and services.

  • Participate in the discussion of patient care at interdisciplinary care team meetings as a spiritual resource professional.

  • Support the staff with spiritual and bereavement needs.

Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, California                                                                          2006-2009

Staff Chaplain

Performed ministerial functions in 16 Departments, including Oncology, General Medical Services, Maternity, Emergency Services, Cardiology, Mental Health, Pediatrics and Critical Care with people from a wide variety of faiths and life perspectives. Huntington Memorial Hospital is an acute-care, non-profit community hospital with 450 beds.

  • Served patients, family members and staff through listening, counseling and prayer, providing literature and sacraments as well as coordinating services with community clergy and other spiritual leaders.

  • Delivered spiritual care for Della Martin Behavioral Health Center patients.

  • Worked with the medical staff and other professionals to maintain hospital standards to educate about spiritual care and to enhance development of a mutually supportive environment for healing.

  • Conducted weekly centering prayer sessions for staff in Oncology, Orthopedic Surgery and General Medical Departments.

Odyssey Health Care Hospice, West Covina, California                                                                       2005-2006

Bereavement and Spiritual Care Coordinator

With the medical director and the hospice interdisciplinary team, established and implemented bereavement and spiritual care plans for more than 150 families of deceased and terminally ill patients.

  • Conducted two bereavement groups per month and individual bereavement counseling in homes and by phone.

  • Officiated over the annual memorial service.

  • Visited with 250 patients and/or their families at home or in convalescent centers.

  • Trained and counseled volunteers and hospice and convalescent home staff in bereavement care.

  • Guest lecturer at Fuller Seminary on bereavement and spiritual care.

Wellstar Health System, Cobb County, Georgia                                                                                  1998-2005

Pastoral Care Coordinator

In coordination with the healthcare system pastoral care team, provided spiritual care for five acute-care hospitals northeast of Atlanta with 1,311 beds. Participated in patient visits for the hospitals, a retirement community and a hospice.

  • Facilitated "Good Grief" bereavement groups that met weekly for six weeks.

Pastoral Care Coordinator, Wellstar Community Hospice, Austell, Georgia (1999-2005)

Provided counsel and rituals of faith consistent with terminally ill patients' belief systems during home visits, inpatient visits and telephone consultations.

  • Officiated at 50 funerals and/or memorial services.

  • Co-supervised three chaplain interns.

  • Established spiritual care plan for each patient in coordination with the interdisciplinary team.

  • Provided one-on-one consultations with community spiritual leaders and “Spiritual Care for the Dying” classes for local hospital ministerial associations.

  • Planned for and officiated bi-annual memorial services for families.

Pastoral Care Coordinator, Atherton Place Independent and Assisted Living Community, Marietta, Georgia (1998-2000)

Counseled 200 residents, their family members and community staff, offering spiritual and emotional support.

  • Visited residents in hospitals, rehab centers and other care facilities.

  • Organized and presided at quarterly memorial and special seasonal services.

  • Presided over monthly communion services for residents and staff.

  • Offered weekly sing-along sessions for assisted living patients.

  • Coordinated and occasionally presided over weekly Sunday worship services.

The Korean Church of Atlanta, Dunwoody, Georgia                                                                            1996-1997

Youth Pastor

Pastored Korean-American youth through worship services, Bible studies, classes and retreats.

  • Counseled second generation youth and Korean immigrant parents regarding spiritual and emotional health.

INTERN POSITIONS

Covenant Counseling Institute at Peachtree Hospice, Atlanta, Georgia                                               1997-1998

Chaplain Resident

Gave spiritual and bereavement support and services to terminally ill patients, their families and a hospice interdisciplinary team in a hospice with an average daily census of 150 patients.

Georgia Baptist Medical Center, Atlanta, Georgia                                                                               1996-1997

Chaplain Resident

Provided pastoral care on a 24-hour rotation basis for patients, families and staff in Oncology, General Medicine, Cardiology and the hospice in coordination with a team of chaplains and interns.

EDUCATION

Emory University, Candler School of Theology, Atlanta, Georgia

Master of Divinity, 1996

Nyack College, Nyack, New York

Bachelor of Arts, Biblical Studies and Liberal Arts, 1983

Varied classes and seminars in care of the dying, bereavement and spiritual care giving offered by Wellstar, Kennesaw State University, the United Methodist Church, National Hospice Palliative Care Organization and other local chaplain groups.

SEMINARY CONTEXTUAL EDUCATION

Epworth United Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia

Student Youth Pastor, 1994-1995

Gwinett Medical Center, Gwinett, Georgia

Supervised Ministry, Student Chaplain, 1993-1994

MILITARY

United States Army, Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah, Georgia

E-5, Communications Specialist, Ranger Battalion & Aviation Brigade, 1985-1989
1/15th Field Artillery Battalion, South Korea

 

AFFILIATIONS AND CERTIFICATION

Association of Professional Chaplains, Board Certified Chaplain
The United Methodist Church, Ordained Elder
The United Methodist Board of Higher Education and Ministry, Endorsement for Hospital and Hospice Chaplaincy
Georgia Association of Healthcare Chaplains, Member, 1999-2003
Certification in Management of Assaultive Behavior

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