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Dallas Pastor George Truett, a Baylor founder, envisioned a hospital to which "persons of all faiths and those of none may come with equal confidence."
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Waxahachie chaplains work to meet the spiritual needs of our diverse patients, families, visitors, and staff, helping make Truett's dream a reality. Chaplains and students at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Waxahachie walk alongside people in their journeys with illness, reaching across cultures, beliefs, and religious backgrounds. They also teach and learn from one another about cultural and religious sensitivity and foster openness.
Our chaplains receive special training and actively collaborate with ministers from a broad spectrum of faiths to help people from every religious group get the spiritual and religious support they need. Chaplain trainees at the hospital are a varied group of people who have chosen to train in a faith-based setting with a strong heritage of Baptist and Christian commitment because of its dedication to values like those expressed by Dr. Truett.
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