Cardiothoracic surgeon Jerome McDonald, MD is providing top quality surgical care to our community. As a leader in your faith community, you will likely be called upon to comfort and care for those who find themselves or a loved one needing major cardiac or thoracic (lung) surgery.
Dr. Jerome McDonald
You are invited to attend an educational event specifically designed for clergy to meet
Dr. Jerome McDonald and learn:
- the procedures offered by our program;
- what makes a great cardiothoracic surgery program;
- the steps a patient takes from symptoms/diagnosis to operating table;
- what’s involved in the recovery process;
- the surgeon’s view of how psychological, social, and spiritual factors impact a patient’s recovery;
- how a faith community can be of practical assistance to a recovering patient and their family;
- issues that pastors and clergy can be watching for as a patient recovers.
Save the Date! Please note this date on your calendar . . .
Meet the Cardiothoracic Surgeon
A special event for community clergy
When: Monday, October 27, 2014 at 6pm
Where: Harrisonburg First Church of the Nazarene, 1871 Boyers Road, Harrisonburg
Cost: No charge
Register by calling Sentara RMH Healthsource at 564-7200. Please register by noon on Friday 10/24 (or as soon as you can). ( That way, if we don’t have enough interest to continue with the presentation, at least I will have a list of names to call with the cancellation information.)
Robin Martin, M.Div., BCC
Manager of Chaplain Services
Sentara RMH Medical Center
2010 Health Campus Drive
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
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