Jewish Volunteers

Performing the mitzvah of bikur cholim – visiting the sick – helps bring comfort and caring into a patient’s life.

The Jewish Chaplaincy’s volunteers are part of the Spiritual Care Service Volunteer Program, a national model for hospital spiritual care volunteers, which includes over 200 volunteers from all faith backgrounds.  

Jewish spiritual care volunteers join with Jewish chaplains to provide comfort, companionship and guidance to patients and families who come to Stanford Hospital & Clinics from throughout the Bay Area, across the United States and from Israel and around the world.

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