Spiritual Counseling at Cody Regional Health
Compassionate, Non-Denominational Support for Patients & Families
Oftentimes, some of life’s most difficult moments occur in a hospital.
Dealing with a serious medical issue, either as a patient or a loved one,
can be emotionally draining. The compassionate spiritual counselors at
Cody Regional Health are here to help you through these times.
Our spiritual counselors provide support and advice for people of all faiths
and non-faiths. Regardless of your spiritual beliefs, sometimes having
a patient, understanding ear can be a tremendous source of relief when
facing life’s more difficult challenges.
Our spiritual counseling staff:
Rev. Dr. Randy Leisey, Spiritual Counselor
Deacon Joseph Bush, Roman Catholic Church
Joe is one of our Hospice Volunteers who is interested in broader spiritual
care duties. He visits patients daily in the Spirit Mountain Hospice House
and our Long Term Care Center. He covers weekends and other times when
the Spiritual Counselor is not available.
Rev. Tommie Weiser, Living Fortress, Four Square
Tommie visits patients in the Long Term Care Center.
Rev. Pat Montgomery, Cody Presbyterian Church
Pat is also a volunteer spiritual counselor who has provided spiritual
care for all of his years in Cody, Wyoming.
Deacon Richard Moser, Roman Catholic Church
Rick is a Cody Regional Health Hospice Volunteer who is available for end-of-life
spiritual care for Roman Catholic patients (and others).
Deacon Gerald D. Boydston, Roman Catholic Church