OHSU chaplains provide spiritual support to patients, their families and OHSU staff regardless of religious affiliation. We provide spiritual guidance, prayer, emotional support, and comfort. We help ensure that the spiritual needs of you, your family, and your loved ones are addressed during your hospital visit.
When should I call a chaplain?
Facing a challenging or life-threatening medical diagnosis or treatment can lead to deep spiritual inquiry or desire for spiritual support. Chaplains can help:
- Share and sort confused emotions and fears
- Provide prayer support and nonjudgmental presence
- Contact community clergy for specific needs
How do I contact a chaplain?
If you would like a visit from a chaplain, please ask a member of your healthcare team to contact us. You may also call 503 494-8777.
We are available Monday-Saturday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and on an emergency basis during evenings and Sundays.
Available for prayer, meditation, and quiet reflection:
- Interfaith Sanctuary: located on OHSU 9th floor, room 9C05, across from the surgery waiting room
- Meditation room: located in Doernbecher Children’s Hospital 10th floor, room 10301