Most physicians happy with services of hospital chaplain

11/11/2009 | American Medical News (subscription required)

A survey of U.S. physicians found 9 out of 10 were satisfied or very satisfied with hospital chaplains. Meeting the religious needs of patients has become a more recognized part of patient-centered care: most medical schools now offer courses on spirituality and health, and approximately two-thirds of hospitals have chaplains.

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