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Spiritual Care

A Kind Voice During Tough Times
Norman Regional’s chaplains work as part of the healthcare team so both your spiritual and medical needs are addressed with the utmost respect for your dignity and privacy. When you are anxious, uncertain, grieving or dealing with any myriad of emotions and questions during your time here, it can help to speak with a chaplain. We are caring listeners who have been trained to provide support and guidance for patients, their loved ones and hospital staff. 

Anyone can request a chaplain’s visit.

  • To request a routine visit, ask your nurse or call the Health System Spiritual Care office at 405-307-1023. 
  • After hours or for urgent requests, ask your nurse to page a chaplain through the Health System switchboard.
  • When ethical concerns arise in the patient’s care you can ask your chaplain or house supervisor for a consultation with the Health System’s Biomedical Ethics Committee.
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What to Expect from a Chaplain

  • Respects your religious and spiritual beliefs
  • Maintains confidentiality
  • Listens well
  • Supports and provides information on support groups
  • Orchestrates religious services, sacraments and prayer
  • Provides information on medical ethics, advance directives, organ donation, life-support decisions and end-of-life care
  • Offers grief ministry in dealing with loss and death 

Our Chaplains 

Nick Napoli, MDiv
Staff chaplain at Norman Regional Health System since January 2021


  • Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language and Culture, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
  • Master of Divinity in Theology and Pastoral Care, Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

Clinical Pastoral Education:

  • MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital, Tacoma, Washington

Amy Disney, MDiv

Staff chaplain at Norman Regional Health System since August 2021

Ordained Disciples of Christ minister


  • B.A. in Religion from Baylor University
  • M.Div. from Truett Theological Seminary

Clinical Pastoral Education:

  • Eight units of Clinical Pastoral Education (C.P.E.) from Methodist Charlton Medical Center in Dallas, TX and from Integris Medical Center in Oklahoma City.

Caleb Johnson, MDiv

Staff chaplain at Norman Regional Health System since September 2022


  • B.A. in Intercultural Studies from Southwestern Christian University
  • M.Div. from Oral Roberts University

Clinical Pastoral Education:

  • Four units of Clinical Pastoral Education (C.P.E.) from OU Health in Oklahoma City, OK.

Caleb brings a compassionate, friendly demeanor that invites patients, families and staff to share openly. In his free time, Caleb enjoys traveling, hiking and is a lover of film. He is currently working to achieve a master's degree in counseling.