Pastoral Counselors and Volunteers
Pastoral counselors and volunteers at the Center for Bloodless Medicine and Surgery at Penn in Philadelphia understand the diverse cultural and religious beliefs of the patients who wish to have no-blood alternatives to medical care.
Pastoral Counselors at Penn: Caring for the Bloodless Medicine Patient
The Center for Bloodless Medicine and Surgery offers pastoral services for spiritual and social support by the local patient visitation group.
In addition, dedicated volunteers work on behalf of the hospital's bloodless program to offer compassion and understanding to patients and their families throughout their hospital admission or treatment.