Spiritual and Religious Care
The U.S. Army Chaplaincy
The history of the chaplaincy of the United States Army reaches back to the beginnings of the nation itself. The organized chaplaincy was created by an act of the Continental Congress on 29 July 1775 upon the recommendation of General George Washington. Since then, Army chaplains have provided moral and spiritual leadership to generations of soldiers and families in peace and war.
Free Exercise of Religion
The Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center chaplains seek to protect the rights to free exercise of religious faith and help protect the right of religious privacy. When asked, chaplains will call a patients civilian clergy or religious leader and provide use of the chapel or a room for counseling as needed.
For additional matters of your faith ask your chapel staff personnel.
Spiritual and Religious Service
Chapel service and sacramental service as a representative of God.
Counseling, Marriage, funeral and burial, etc.
Patient visit and pastoral clinician care.
24 hour On-Call Chaplain
The EAMC Chaplain Office is served by six Protestant Chaplains and one Priest. Other faith groups can be summoned for denomination specific rites. Please call us at 706-787-6667 during duty hours (7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.) or, in an emergency, through the information desk 706-787-5811 after duty hours (4 p.m. - 7:30 a.m.).