Faith Community Nurse
Faith Community Nursing (FCN) is the intentional integration of the practice of faith with the practice of nursing, helping community members achieve wholeness in, with, and through the faith in which FCN nurses serve.
At MPC the FCN visits members who are in local hospitals, rehab centers, assisted living homes, and long-term care facilities. Home visits are made upon request. Personal health counseling and phone support is provided for those working through an extended medical concern. To contact us or request help, please fill out the form located on the right side of this page.
FCN is a specialty operating under the Scope and Standards for this practice approved by the American Nurses Association. The focal point of this specialty is on the whole person while promoting wellness, disease prevention, health education, and healthy spirituality. FCN recognizes health as a journey toward well-being incorporating the interrelationship of body, mind, and spirit. The FCN ministry at MPC works with individuals by assessing their health care needs and educating the faith community while utilizing community health resources.
For more information about FCN as a ministry and specialty, follow this link.
Faith Community Nurse,
Kellie Froelicher, RN, BSN