Ministers’ Conference partners with FaithHealth to care for caregivers

Ministers’ Conference partners with FaithHealth to care for caregivers
May 21
00:00 2015

In the photo above: Working with the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity are (L to R) the Rev. Kendall Jones, Elder Lamonte Williams, Elder Tembila Covington, the Rev. Graylin Carlton, the Rev. Dee McCullough, the Rev. Maria Jones, Bishop Todd Fulton, Ms. Jimmie Hairston, Elder Debra Jeter, the Rev. Dianne Horton and the Rev. Anthony Jones. (Submitted photo)

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The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity, led by Bishop Todd Fulton, is partnering with FaithHealth in the Unit Adoption Program at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, a Level 1 Trauma and Academic Medical Center.

The Ministers’ Conference has adopted the trauma unit. The goal of this collaboration is to provide prayer, support, care and comfort to the nurses, physicians, house staff and employees within the trauma units. The employees will, in turn, be able to offer more fully, compassionate care along with nursing and medical skill to patients and families.
The Ministers’ Conference strives to be active in community engagement and considers this collaborative to be a wonderful opportunity to work together for wellness, wholeness, and connection within the full community.

Members of the conference attended a special program in Davis Chapel at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center on Friday, May 15, where clergy came together to learn more about the FaithHealth Unit Adoption Program. Rev. Maria Teresa Jones, chaplain for staff ministries, shared tender stories about the amazing work of the hospital staff and the needs they experience.

The Ministers’ Conference aims to share loving kindness in the community. The partnership with FaithHealth provides an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of professional caregivers and thus participate in an ever evolving healthy community for all.

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