Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Resident
|Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Resident|
|Yuma Regional Medical Center - Hospital|
|2400 S. Avenue A|
| Please note this is not a Staff Chaplain position - this is a residency.|
Provide/arrange provision of pastoral care to premature, neo-natal, infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients, their families and staff on a regular and emergency basis. Participate fully in the Clinical Pastoral Education Program. The Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Resident will be expected to function professionally in an egalitarian environment in all situations to include: crisis intervention, the scene of a death, in a group/therapeutic context. The Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Resident will be expected to commit to the YRMC Clinical Pastoral Education Program for a minimum of one year.
|Clinical Pastoral Education|
|The Department of Spiritual Care and Care Advocacy works in harmony with the mission of YRMC to provide compassionate care for all people in the Medical Center whatever their age, faith or value system. Patients are the focus of all that we do, but their families and friends, volunteers, staff and physicians are also supported in their emotional and spiritual needs. Care Advocates endeavor to resolve all care concerns. Chaplains provide care through listening, spiritual counseling and debriefing, as needed. Chaplains respond to all referrals within 24 hours but may respond immediately under emergency circumstances. They are trained to assist with stress and the spiritual, social and emotional barriers to healing. They intervene in crises, assist patients in completing Advance Directives, offer hospitality through providing food to family and friends of patients in emergency situations and offer Tea for the Soul with hand blessings for staff. In addition, the Chaplains are at the scene of every death and serve as the primary interface with the Donor Network of Arizona for organ and tissue donation. They coordinate with the Medical Examiner's office and all local mortuaries and also maintain the official Death Log of the institution.|
| Education Required: |
Master's Degree or equivalent from a university or theological seminary or in the process of completing one.
Master of Divinity Degree from an accredited theological seminary.
| Experience Required: |
Computer proficiency (must be able to pass YRMC's computer proficiency assessment)
Exposure to a clinical environment by completion of one unit of Level 1 Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) from an accredited Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) program. Experience with EPIC Electronic Health Record or similar electronic record systems.