Sutter Roseville Medical Center
Gerald L. Jones is a certified ACPE Supervisor and the Director of Chaplain Services at Sutter Roseville Medical Center since June 2002. Gerald is also a Board Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains, which he attained in 2001. He received his Master's of Arts degree from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, focusing on the theological history of American religions. He also serves in various capacities in his church.
Gerald grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. While in seminary at the GTU, he completed his CPE residency at Mt. Diablo Medical Center (now John Muir Medical Center, Concord Campus) and later worked for Sutter VNA and Hospice as a hospice chaplain in Concord, CA. After three years of work with the hospice, Gerald came to Sutter Roseville. He began ACPE Supervisory Training with Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento, in 2003 and became a fully certified ACPE Supervisor in October 2009. His favorite hobby is spending time with his wife and four sons.
Lynne Gilbertson is a native of Sacramento. After working for 26 years with the Sacramento School District, she was introduced to Chaplaincy. Lynne completed a residency year of Clinical Pastoral Education at Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento in 1993. She received her Bachelor's degree in 2003 from St. Mary-of-the-Woods College in Indiana and her Masters' of Divinity in 2007 from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley, CA. Lynne began volunteering at Sutter Roseville in 1999 and was brought on as full-time in the fall of 2007. Aside from her work in the hospital, Lynne is a trained Spiritual Director and is active in her local church community.
Christina Baxter is an ordained Interfaith Minister through the Chaplaincy Institute and recieved her Master's in Theological Studies from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. She completed her CPE residency at UC Davis Medical Center and has been with Sutter Roseville since December, 2009.
Associate Chaplains are volunteers that have completed their CPE training and make routine visits with our patients. They are:
- April Dobbs
- Bettye Reynolds
- Dennis Nichols
- Julie McQueen
- Kathy Kossick
Chaplain Interns and Residents are students receiving Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) training through the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. Sutter Roseville Medical Center may have anywhere from 6 to 12 Chaplain students at any given time providing spiritual care to patients, families and staff. As students, they may be here from 12 hours a week to 24 hours a week depending on the program they are completing.
Many faith traditions have been represented by Sutter Roseville CPE students such as:
- African Methodist Episcoplal
- Disciples of Christ
- Christian Evangelical
- Episcopal Church
- Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America
- Evangelical Presbyterian Church
- Indepentant Christian Church
- North American Baptists
- Presbyterian Church (USA)
- Roman Catholic
- Seventh-Day Adventists
- Southern Baptist
- Unitarian Universalist
- United Church of Christ
- United Methodist
Our On-Call Volunteers are members of the community, both laity and clergy, with an interest in providing spiritual care to individuals in times of crisis. Our volunteers come from numerous faith traditions. With over 20 volunteers, Sutter Roseville has one of the largest volunteer programs of any Chaplaincy department in the Sacramento area. Our volunteers primarily respond to emergency calls after hours. They are a vital part of the SRMC Chaplain team. If you are interested in joining the SRMC On-Call Volunteer program, please visit our volunteer page.