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Walla Walla General Hospital Hosts Spiritual Care Symposium Nov. 11

General Spirituality is an integral part of health care, but one that is often forgotten in the hustle and bustle of physical healing. Research in the field of spirituality and health has increased dramatically over the past two decades and crucial findings are reshaping the way in which health care is viewed and delivered.

Walla Walla General Hospital’s Spiritual Care Department is hosting the first ever Spiritual Care Symposium on Thursday, Nov. 11, to discuss these new findings and how they impact care in the Walla Walla Valley.

Featuring experienced researcher and educator Paul Crampton, Ph.D, the event is tailored for members of the clergy, lay ministers, and physicians and other health care providers. Participants will learn

The half-day educational event will be held in the WWGH Auditorium from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on November 11.

Registration is $20 for the first participant, and only $10 for each additional participant from the same organization. Registration fee includes lunch and the deadline to register is November 4.