We believe that life is sacred and invite all people to celebrate wholeness of health in a compassionate and respectful manner.
Our on-staff chaplains provide a safe and confidential relationship to discuss physical, emotional, and spiritual concerns. A chaplain will respond to emergencies and provide care to patients and families as well as to staff members. Greenville Health System respects and honors the many cultural, spiritual and ethnic backgrounds of our patients and visitors. If we can help you in any way, please let us know.
Clinical Pastoral Education at GHS
Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) is a training program for future chaplains (healthcare, hospice, and military) accredited by the ACPE, Inc. as well as by the US Department of Education. Through this program, students team up with staff chaplains to provide around-the-clock coverage for our patients, families, and staff. For more information visit our CPE website.
The hospital chapel offers a quiet place for prayer and meditation for anyone of any faith and is open 24 hours a day with the exception of scheduled private services. A chaplain is always on call for comfort and counsel at Baptist Easley, Greenville Memorial Hospital and Greer Memorial Hospital.
Baptist Easley: Second floor opposite entrance to the critical care unit (CCU)
Greenville Memorial Hospital: Main Entrance, behind the visitors’ desk
Greer Memorial Hospital: 2nd floor behind the surgery waiting area
Hillcrest Memorial Hospital: On the first floor next to the Intensive Care Unit
Patewood Memorial Hospital: On the first floor in the main lobby, across from the Gift Shop
For more information, please contact the Department of Spiritual Care & Education at (864) 455-7942.
Pastoral Counseling at Baptist Easley
Baptist Easley Hospital’s Pastoral Counseling Service provides counseling, consultation, and education services for the entire community. Focusing on individual, couples, and family therapy, our licensed counseling professionals work to stabilize family dynamics, enhance quality of life, and protect valued relationships.
You are unique and so are your challenges. They can be overwhelming at times, so we work with you, one-on-one, to manage them while understanding and honoring your values, beliefs, and goals.
Professionals at the Baptist Easley Pastoral Counseling Center handle issues including, but not limited to:
- Marriage and family therapy
- Grief resolution
- Treatment of anxiety and depression
- Stress management
- Consultation and referral services
- Child and adolescent concerns
In the community
The Pastoral Counseling Service is a referral resource supporting churches, schools, caregivers, businesses, and the psychiatric and professional communities in our area.
We also provide credentialed supervision for counselors seeking to improve their skills or seeking state licensure as professional counselors or marriage and family therapists.
Download and complete the following forms prior to your first visit with a counselor.
- Community Counseling of Pendleton, 351 South Broad Street, Pendleton. In partnership with First Baptist Church Pendleton.
We accept most major insurance plans and will bill your insurance company as a courtesy.
With the support of our Convenant Partners, we offer a sliding fee scale to those who qualify. To make this counseling ministry available on a sliding fee scale, proof of income is required.
Our Convenant Partners
- Easley First Baptist Church
- Easley Presbyterian Church
- Pendleton First Baptist Church
- Laurens First Baptist Church
Become a Covenant Partner
Covenant Churches and Covenant Business Partners provide scholarship support for our services and receive benefits for their employees or members. If your church or business is interested in partnering with Baptist Easley Hospital Pastoral Counseling Services, call Rev. Kathy Chamlee, Clinical Director, at (864) 442-7585.