Why Calvary supports PCHETA (H.R. 647/S.2080)
This important new Bill is making its way through Congress. It recognizes a critical and growing need for hospice and palliative care services and education in this country. Our participation – and yours – will be critical.
Calvary has provided palliative care to more patients than any other hospital or medical center in the world. We are considered by many national and global health care organizations to be the leading expert on palliative care.
Calvary’s First Annual Grief Awareness Month
Calvary has designated September as Grief Awareness Month to spotlight various resources available to people of all ages. Grief is a multifaceted response to loss and everyone has their own way of moving through it.
Calvary Offers Spiritual Care to Families
Calvary’s Spiritual Care department employs more than 30 chaplains from diverse religious, spiritual and cultural traditions.
Pastoral care is of prime importance at Calvary Hospital and represents our commitment to compassionate care for the “whole” person.
The Best Gift You Can Give Your Family
Appointing a health care proxy, will ensure that your family and health care providers know your wishes.
Calvary Hospital encourages you to start a dialog with your family, friends and medical team about your future health care preferences today.
Stories of Inspiration
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Mooney have supported Calvary Hospital for over 16 years. Mr. Mooney shares why they continue to support Calvary in memory of his beloved father, Donald Mooney, Esq.
“The primary mission of Calvary inspires us to continue to give every year.”