Christian Science Nursing Care


CSNC-001THE HEALING MINISTRY OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NURSING Program is designed to nurture sincere students of Christian Science as they strive to exemplify the Christian Science Nurse bylaw* in all its radical purity, with the fruits of scientific Christian healing, and in accordance with “academics of the right sort,” as a defined by Mary Baker Eddy in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
***Manual, p.49
**S&H, p.195 

FAQ

  • Who shall be admitted to Glenmont?
    Serious students of Christian Science.
  • Do I have to enlist a Journal listed Christian Science Practitioner?
    All Christian Science Nursing patients are required to have a Journal-Listed practitioner. Christian Science Progressive Living Residents are not required to enlist a practitioner unless Christian Science Nurses feel it is necessary to support healing.
  • What should I bring?
    A week’s worth of clothing that can be laundered; no dry-cleaning. Bring your personal items, no drugs, vitamins or food supplements, and no valuables.

    • Social Security Card
    • Photo ID
    • Medicare Card
    • Insurance Card, if any
    • Power of Attorney Document
  • May I apply for Admission on-line?
    Click here to download the PDF. You can print the application and mail to Glenmont, or you can get help with this by calling 614.876.0084 x105 and Norrena will assist you.
  • What is your HIPAA Privacy Policy?
    The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was passed in 1996. This Act protects the personal, health and financial information of patients. We are required to keep this information private by utilizing precautions and policies that prohibit the release or transmission of patient information to unauthorized sources.
  • Glenmont’s HIPAA policy protects the rights of every patient or resident at Glenmont (Protected Health Information) as HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL;  information is to be used only to aid in providing specific healthcare services to the specified patient.  Any other use is a violation of Federal Law (HIPAA) and will be reported as such.

 

 

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was passed in 1996.
This Act protects the personal, health and financial information of patients.
We are required to keep this information private by utilizing precautions and policies
that prohibit the release or transmission of patient information to unauthorized sources.