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Providing Spiritual Care

The Spiritual Care is offered to All People – with or without religious beliefs

Where can you find Hospital Spiritual Service?

  •  In the “Space of Silence“– it is located in the main building of adult part of Motol UH (ground floor hall just behind information desk). It is opened daily from 6:00 a.m. till 8:00 p.m. Security personnel will open the door in case of out of hours visits. (Programs  of the “space of silence” can be found here)
  • You can leave your message on this phone number 224 439 543
  • In urgent cases you can call anytime - mobile: 739 244 352
  • E-mail:     duchovni@fnmotol.cz and eva.kalvinska@fnmotol.cz – coordinator
  • The priests can be contacted regularly during workdays; over the weekends by appointment. In urgent cases you can contact us anytime.
  • They provide spiritual support to patients, relatives and employees of Motol UH.
  • They supply contact details or requests with other spiritual members from different parishes and religious groups.
  • They are partly involved in organizing religious rituals and prayers in the “Space of Silence” as well as in individual departments.
  • They are partly involved in organizing educational courses in the area of spiritual needs and care in hospital for employees, volunteers and general public.

What can Members of Hospital Spiritual Care Help you with?

  • They provide spiritual support to patients, relatives and employees of Motol UH.
  • They supply contact details or requests with other spiritual members from different parishes and religious groups.
  • They are partly involved in organizing religious rituals and prayers in the “Space of Silence” as well as in individual departments.
  • They are partly involved in organizing educational courses in the area of spiritual needs and care in hospital for employees, volunteers and general public.

Who do we Offer Spiritual Care to?

  • Patients who suffer from loneliness, grief or fear during hospitalization.
  • Patients who are dealing with acute relationship or existential questions in conjunction with their illness.
  • Patients who are refusing to cooperate and it is necessary to strengthen their feelings of trust and hope.
  • Patients who are lack completely purpose in life or the life purpose has been lost during their illness.
  •  Patients who need to talk to someone or who would just welcome company of another human being.
  • Relatives who themselves struggle psychologically from an illness or separation from a close person.
  • Relatives who find it difficult to find words to communicate with an ill family member.
  • Relatives who need encouragement while attending to ill or dying close person.
  • Relatives who are experiencing emotional chaos caused by the loss of a close person.
  • Relatives who need to switch off and regain new energy.
  • Staff members who feel exhausted, irritated or depressed.
  • Staff members who feel lack of safety and contentment whilst working as a part of the team.
  • Staff members who need to discuss serious decision with ethical consequences.
  • Staff members who bear personal or family problems that complicate work performance.
  • Staff members who need an urgent support of another human being for whatever reason.

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