University Medical Center of New Orleans
New Orleans, LA, United States
Angela Davis-Collins, RN LNC
Manager of Clinical Pastoral Education
We're a New Orleans-based, non-profit health system on a mission: to provide the best possible care for every person and parish in Louisiana and beyond, and to put a little more heart and soul into healthcare along the way. And that means we do things a little differently around here. Treating people like family is the LCMC Health way, and it always has been. Founded by Louisiana's first freestanding children's hospital, we've grown into a healthcare system that's built to serve the unique needs of our communities and families. Today, we offer six hospital locations: Children's Hospital New Orleans, East Jefferson General Hospital, New Orleans East Hospital, Touro, University Medical Center New Orleans, and West Jefferson Medical Center. We also offer a network of urgent care centers across the greater New Orleans area. With over 2,800 physicians specializing in everything from head to toe, our community can count on us to provide the right care, right where they need it.
University Medical Center New Orleans is the academic medical center of LCMC Health and the ultimate expression of a nearly 300-year legacy of serving the people of New Orleans and South Louisiana. With our academic partners, including Louisiana State University and Tulane University Schools of Medicine, we are training the next generation of healthcare professionals and leading research to find tomorrow's cures and treatments. From expert primary care and the widest variety of specialty care to cutting edge emergency care and the region's only Level 1 Trauma Center, UMC offers the area the widest breadth of healthcare services.
The Manager of Clinical Pastoral Education is an ACPE Educator duly qualified and fully authorized by ACPE, Inc.
The Manager is responsible to conduct programs of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE CPE) under the standards of the ACPE, Inc. S/he develops curriculum, supervises students’ clinical work, provides educational opportunities, and evaluates students. S/he takes responsibility, in consultation with the Chief Patient Experience Officer, for delivery of spiritual care services as assigned. S/he cooperates with UMCNO leaders, who are responsible for the clinical areas of the hospital, in providing spiritual care to their units.
Master's level theological degree or equivalent. Doctorate in Pastoral Studies, preferred.
Three (3) years of clinical training in chaplaincy and chaplaincy supervision. Five (5) years, preferred.
Certified and authorized as an ACPE Educator or ACPE Associate Educator by the ACPE, Inc. and remain in good standing with that organization.
Ensure the delivery of a complete program of pastoral care to patients/residents, their loved ones and staff of all faith traditions. Support an interdisciplinary approach to pastoral care. Conduct programs of CPE training according to ACPE standards. Contribute to the wider community through publication, teaching, and research. Develop and maintain proper administration procedures for the department in accordance with institutional policy. Participate in programs and administrative activities of the institution.