Time to heal.

Tomball Regional Medical Center believes that meeting the spiritual needs of patients and family members is an important part of the healing process. We can meet these needs through the presence of well-trained and sensitive volunteers who provide pastoral care through our chaplaincy program. Dealing with an illness or a complex life event can bring focus and clarity, but also many conflicting feelings. Volunteer chaplains provide active listening and give support and comfort during times of distress or new challenges. Chaplains are available for patients, family members, hospital visitors and staff.

Tomball Regional Medical Center offers spiritual care in two entities, working side by side. Our lay ministry teams are available three times a week and provide a listening ear while giving comfort in a nondenominational nature to hospital patients and families experiencing distress, anxiety or requesting spiritual support. Our on-call chaplain service team is available 24/7 and provides deeper spiritual counseling for those patients and families suffering from significant grief, a drastic health condition change, or end of life preparedness. They can also offer support and courage through a new diagnosis or when facing an upcoming surgery.

Any patient or family member can request a chaplain visit. To make a request, please speak with your nursing staff or case management team, or you may dial “0” from any hospital phone to be connected to our operator.

The Tomball Regional Medical Center chapel is located on the first floor of the hospital, near the heart center. It is available 24 hours a day as a place for meditation, prayer or solitude.

For more information and to arrange chaplain visitation, please call: (281)-401-7500.