Our Chaplain @ Mountain View

The Rev. John Harrison is our Chaplain on the Mountain View campus.

The Rev. John Harrison is our Chaplain on the Mountain View campus.

The Reverend John Harrison serves  as the chaplain of  the  El Camino Hospital’s Mountain View campus.

A native of New York City, The Reverend John Harrison is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology – Mgt. & Technology; The College of New Rochelle – BA, Psychology; Princeton Theological Seminary – Master of Divinity; and studied Clinical Counseling and Supervision at Stanford University Medical Center. Currently he is a candidate for Saint Mary’s College Executive Trans-Global MBA Degree.

John Harrison joins the El Camino family having most recently served as staff chaplain for John Muir Medical Center, where he was also the Clinical Pastoral Education supervisor.  As the manager of clinical pastoral education he provided oversight for the training, credentialing, counseling, and pastoral care of chaplain residents and interns.

An ordained pastor in the AME Zion church, John has provided Pastoral leadership to congregations in Yonkers, N.Y.; Oakland, CA; and Palo Alto, Ca.  He currently serves as:

  •  Pastor of the Saint Mark AME Zion Church of East Palo Alto, CA– where he leads the congregation in the construction of a new church
  •  Pastoral Associate for Stanford University Memorial Church, Stanford CA
  •  Director of Pastoral Care for the Western Episcopal District of the AME ZION Church.

To find out more about the Care Companion program or to volunteer in the hospital’s spiritual care program, call 650-988-7568.

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