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Nathan Brown, Chaplain | Employee Spotlight

Posted on March 13, 2024


The chaplain position is a core service position in hospice care, along with physicians, nurses, and social workers.  The position is required by State/Federal conditions of participation. End of life care can be challenging, but every week hospice meets as an interdisciplinary team and discusses the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of our patients and their caregivers.  Nathan has only been with us a short while and yet he has already been asked to speak at some of the services for our patients.  The chaplain position offers services to all denominations and believers and non-believers.  All of our patients are offered chaplain visits.


Nathan Brown serves as SCRMC’s Chaplain with ComfortCare. His favorite part of his role is that it allows Nathan to bring patients and their loved ones comfort and peace during difficult times. From hospital rooms to hospice, you’ll find Nathan praying with South Central patients far and wide.

Growing up Nathan was the son of a pastor, watching and learning from his father–­ he felt the Lord was leading him to become a pastor himself at the age of 18. This ultimately led him to what he considers to be his greatest accomplishment: graduating college with a bachelor’s degree in church ministries.

Nathan is a husband of eight years and a father of three, with children ages 14, 11, and 6. When he’s not working, Nathan enjoys studying the bible, playing video games, and spending time with his family.

Born and raised in New York, Nathan is a big Yankees fan. But something a lot of people don’t know about him is that at one point he was a Red Sox fan! Not a common experience among baseball fans! Sorry to air out your secret, Nathan!

SCRMC is happy to have Nathan on board and we look forward to the continued impact he will have on our patients and their families.

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