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Faith Community Health Ministry--Caring for Body, Mind and Spirit

  • Wednesday, Apr 21, 2021 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT

Pam Hurley is the Director for the Faith Community Health Ministry Program at Atrium Health and she will lead us in a discussion about the concept of how treating the whole person is deeply rooted in many religions, making churches, temples, synagogues, mosques and other places of worship natural environments for promoting better health. She will also discuss how Faith Community Health Ministry is a collaboration between Atrium Health and faith communities throughout the region that promotes health and wholeness of mind, body and spirit. Through this ministry, we honor the longheld belief that faith and health are intertwined.  The program is partnered with 135 faith-based settings in 11 counties. The program leadership team works collaboratively to promote health and wellness and facilitate access to care - encouraging wholeness in mind, body, and spirit.

Pam has worked with Atrium Health for 20 years where she served as the Director for Performance Improvement and Disease Management for six years.  She has been the Director for the Faith Community Health Ministry Program since 2006.   As a leader in the community health division, Pam also supports the community health priorities of Obesity, Mental Health, Access to Care, Social Determinants of Health, and Tobacco use Prevention and Cessation.

 Pam is the past-president of the Carolinas Health Ministry Partnership (the NC/SC membership organization associated with the Health Ministries Association), past member of the executive board for Healthy Cabarrus and a member of Healthy Cabarrus. She is on the board for Hospice and Palliative Care of Cabarrus County.   She graduated from Western Carolina University with her BSN and has enjoyed various facets of nursing practice for the past 35 years – including focus in Performance Improvement and Disease Management before moving into Faith Community Health Ministry 12 years ago.    She received her Master’s in Organizational Leadership from Trevecca Nazarene University in 2000.

There is limited seating so register now while spaces are still available!

This free event is provided by

FaithHealth Division of Wake Forest Baptist Health including CareNet Counseling and the Center for Congregational Health.

Ends in 4d 8h 34m

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