Sixth Ruth Grandin Symposium

Wynnewood 5:00 PM ET To 7:00 PM ET Remaining Seats: 115 Cost: 0
Oct 16 2019

The Ruth Grandin Faith, Health and Human Experience Symposium at Lankenau Medical Center provides a forum for health care workers, clergy and faith leaders to explore jointly the connections between faith and health in order to enhance healing of patients, family members and the community.

This year’s symposium, The journey through addiction: Spirituality as a source of strength and compassion, will highlight the important role of health care workers from all disciplines in caring for those suffering from addiction. Clergy from different faiths, social workers, nurses, physicians, addiction specialists, law enforcement, and individuals personally impacted by addiction will come together to discuss the connection between spirituality, compassion and recovery in caring for those afflicted by substance abuse disorders.

This event will be held in the Auditorium. To get to the Auditorium: Park in Garage A and enter the main lobby (Frankel Lobby). Take the steps just inside the entrance down to the ground floor, OR take the elevator in the main lobby, just past the information desk. From the elevator, once on the ground floor, turn left.