Hospice of Queen Anne’s welcomes Rev. Phyllis I. Radlinski to their professional team as Spiritual Coordinator. Rev. Radlinski is a graduate from the Methodist Theological School in Ohio and holds a Master Degree in Business Administration and a Master of Divinity. Rev. Radlinski is currently a Chaplain at the University of Maryland Medical Center and is in the process of writing a grant proposal on the Intersection between Spirituality and Medicine. Rev. Radlinski was previously at Johns Hopkins Hospital as a Chaplain Resident in Clinical Pastoral Education with a ministry as the Family Advocate in an organ donation Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Oncology Units, Pediatrics Emergency Dept. and Obstetrics.
Rev. Radlinski is an Associate member of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, United Methodist Ecclesiastical Endorsement, and is now working on Board Certification through the Association of Professional Chaplains. Rev. Radlinski is also President and co-founder of Intelligent Transportation Society of Ohio; Intelligent Transportation Society of America, Society of Automotive Engineers, American Management Association, and American Marketing Association. Rev. Radlinski has also been a volunteer as an Emergency Medical Technician – Advanced for 23 years.
Rev. Radlinski resides in Queenstown, Maryland with her husband and enjoys reading, sewing, boating and kayaking.