Support The Spiritual Care Program at NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island

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Reverend Karen Jones, MA, MDiv

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A Program for Peace and Hope

The Spiritual Care Program at NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island was founded in 1996 to provide spiritual and emotional support to our patients, their families and Hospital staff. This inspired the dedication of a non-sectarian space, our Serenity Chapel, for reflection, counseling and spiritual services. The Program then expanded services and education to the community, and further, to provide enduring support, it formed an endowment.

A Journey of Healing

At NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island, we know that a sense of spiritual and emotional well-being can aid the healing process. The Spiritual Care Program serves the spiritual needs of patients, their families and Hospital staff by offering healing ministry, spiritual support and pastoral care. Chaplains assist patients and their loved ones as they cope with illness, and provide support during times of sadness and bereavement, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Wall of Remembrance Opportunities:

Gold Plaque $2,500

Silver Plaque $1,000

Bronze Plaque $500

* Gifts will be acknowledged with a plaque in the Serenity Chapel. Gifts of any amount are greatly appreciated.

Special recognition may be arranged for contributions of $5,000 and above by contacting the Development Office at development@nyulangone.org or 516-663-3398.

Your generosity and support is what makes the Spiritual Care Program possible. A gift in any amount will help continue to grow this vital endowment, ensuring that the Program’s work will always be available to offer comfort and hope in times of need.  

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