Hospice of Queen Anne’s Welcomes New Chaplain

NancyGreenwell2 (400 x 267)Rev. Nancy C. Greenwell of Denton, Md., has recently joined the Hospice of Queen Anne’s team as the Chaplain. She works directly with hospice patients and families providing spiritual care, support and counsel.

Greenwell earned a Master of Divinity degree from The Divinity School at Duke University in Durham, N.C. She completed a chaplain internship in the Urban Ministries Program at WakeMed Hospital in Raleigh, N.C., where she offered emotional support to patients, families and staff at the Level I trauma hospital and at Carolina Alliance for AIDS.

Greenwell completed a chaplain residency within the Clinical Pastoral Education Program at Memorial Herman Southwest Hospital in Houston, Texas. While there she was assigned to the Hospice Inpatient Unit, Heart Vascular Institute, Rehabilitation, Senior Medicine and Home Health.
In June 2012, Greenwell was commissioned into the Order of Deacon of the Peninsula-Delaware United Methodist Annual Conference, is a candidate for ordination in June 2014.

Greenwell is experienced in providing spiritual and emotional support in diverse and challenging settings, as well as working with individuals and caregivers at the time of death and during grief.

“Nancy’s genuineness is immediately felt and through it she is able to make an immediate connection to patients, families and staff,” said Sharon Loving, HQA’s supervisor of support services. “She instills hope and trust which is so comforting to our families,” she said.