The Spiritual Care Program at Marin General Hospital is an interfaith, non-sectarian program which offers emotional and spiritual support for patients, their families, and friends, regardless of beliefs or religious affiliation. Patients do not need to be part of a faith or spiritual community to call or be referred to a chaplain.

Our chaplains are an integral part of the care team and have years of experience helping patients and their loved ones through the anxiety, loss, and grief that can accompany serious illnesses. They can also be contacted for times of celebration, prayer, and rituals, upon request. In addition, chaplains provide coordination and liaison with ministries of various faiths and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.