Hospice chaplaincy for staff, patients, and families

From WRCB in Chattanooga:

Chaplains provide comfort in a time of need. They are a sympathetic ear during some of the most difficult and stressful times in life. “I think that different people are trained for different specialties. I think there are people who are trained for infants and adults. I find that I’m trained for end of life care,” Phyllis Borchert said. Borchert is the Chaplain and Spiritual Care Coordinator for Hospice of Chattanooga at the Hospice Care Center. She works with patients who are nearing the end of their lives and their family members each day.

Read more at WRCB and check out the video story.