Jewish healing and spiritual care can help us articulate the spiritual experience where ever and how ever one engages medical attention, from the hospital bed to the clinician’s office to one’s home.  Jewish Spiritual Care also helps us define the human experiences in which spiritual yearning may come to the fore, such as when facing a difficult diagnosis or losing a loved one. We all know that when one person become ill, is in pain, comes to their last breath, and meets grief the impact is felt by those around them. These experiences may range from childbirth to a day procedure, from an emergency to a long-term stay.

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