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Spiritual Care

At Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, we believe that spiritual care is a vital part of the healing process. Spiritual support can assist patients and their families in finding sources of inner strength during times of illness and medical crisis. We offer spiritual support to people of all faiths and to those with no formal religious affiliation.

Clergy Support

We have clergy on-call from all major faiths available to assist patients and families with prayer and crisis counseling. We also have a Board-Certified Clinical hospital chaplain who can offer prayer, support, or chapel services as needed. Our clergy and chaplain assist patients and families with spiritual needs or concerns related to medical issues, including emotional and spiritual support for patients who are suffering or struggling, and personal comfort when dealing with terminal illness or death. Help for families seeking personal clarity with ethical dilemmas about medical treatment plans or withdrawal of life support. Spiritual support and care is always available to any of our patients or their families.

For Clergy or Chaplain

Call hospital operator, 801-350-4111 (Please relate your specific needs).


Chapel Hours Open Daily 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Our beautiful historic chapel welcomes all patients, families and visitors of Salt Lake Regional, regardless of personal belief or practice. Our chapel is a peaceful space apart from hospital activity where visitors feel at home and find solace. Our chapel is open every day for prayer and meditation between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. The chapel may be reserved for funerals, memorial services, special services, and weddings.

For more information about services, please contact Chaplain Debra Hampton 801-350-8131 or pager 801-291-3858.

Sunday Services

St. John’s Anglican Church
10:00 AM
Study for Adults & Children
Conference Rooms near Cafeteria (Basement Level)

11:00 AM
Holy Communion Service with Music
Holy Cross Chapel

385.393.HOLY (4659)

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Sunday Services for Visitors
951 East 100 South
12th Ward – 9:00 AM
11th Ward – 11:00 AM

Hospital Room Visits

Catholic Priest
Available daily for communion, prayers or blessings

LDS Elders and Sisters
Available Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday for visits, prayers or blessings.
Sacrament available on Sunday in patients’ rooms.

Patient Safety

At Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, our goal is to help patients have a safe and positive hospital experience. We’ve put many safety measures in place to reduce falls, allergic reactions, infections, equipment malfunctions and medication errors. Still, there are some risks possible with any visit to a hospital. We believe that when patients and hospitals work together, we can lower the risk of accidents and improve the safety for all involved.

Research shows that patients who are more involved with their care tend to get better results. Communication with your health care providers is extremely important. Make sure you understand all aspects of your care, including tests, procedures, medications and other instructions regarding your medical condition. Speak up if you have questions and expect answers you can understand. You have the right to be well informed about the care you are receiving.

Here are some topics you should discuss with your health care providers to help make your hospital stay as safe as possible:

  • If you have allergies to certain medications, be sure to tell your doctors and nurses and ask for that information to be documented in your medical records.
  • Inform your health care providers of any medications you are currently taking, including prescription medications, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, minerals, dietary/herbal supplements, laxatives, pain relievers, sleeping aids, etc.
  • Ask all questions you have pertaining to medications that are prescribed for you. Make sure you understand what the medication is for, the dosage, directions for use, refills, storage, expiration, and what to do about missed dosages. Discuss any side effects or warnings associated with
  • the use of the medication and what to do if you experience side effects.
  • If your doctor orders treatment or tests during your hospital stay, a member of your healthcare team will describe what you should expect during the procedure. You should discuss questions or any concerns you might have and ask for any information that makes you feel most
  • comfortable and confident about the care you are receiving.
  • Make sure you are clear about any instructions you are given when leaving for home, including recommended or limited activities, scheduling follow-up appointments and what medications you need to take.

Customer Service

Our Customer Service department can be reached by phone at (801) 984-6888 during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. If you are calling from outside of the Salt Lake area you can reach us toll-free at (888) 333-4812.

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