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Blessing of the Hands Held for Doctors Medical Center Employees

May 15, 2020
Blessing of the Hands

Doctors Medical Center held a special event for its employees in honor of Hospital Week.

Blessing of the Hands, recognizing the sacredness of healing, is a tradition in healthcare dating back to the 19th Century. It's designed to bring encouragement and renewal to healthcare professionals. Doctors Medical Center Chaplain Jeremy Brown pours warm, refreshing water over the hands while offering a blessing.

This multi-faith tradition was held at numerous times throughout the week and all employees were welcome to participate.

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