Welcome to the St. Panteleimon Health Care Society of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Detroit

Welcome to the St. Panteleimon Health Care Society of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Detroit. The society is for health care and mental health care providers of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Detroit (e.g., doctors, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists, psychologists, etc).

Throughout the history of Christianity, the Church has cared for those in need. The Roman Emperor Julian, a pagan, lamented the spread of Christianity because of the ‘kindness of Christians to strangers.’


Much great work has been done throughout our Metropolis, largely organized by Philoptochos. But there is still more to do. The St. Panteleimon Health Care Society seeks to encourage health care providers to prayerfully pursue opportunities to serve Christ and the Church by serving those in need.


2022 St. Pantleimon Society Conference June 17th and 18th!

The conference will be at Holy Trinity GOC in Nashville, TN.
Featured speaker will be Protopresbyter Rev. Dr. Stavros Kofinas, Coordinator of
the Network of the Ecumenical Patriarchate for Pastoral Health Care.
The conference theme is "Hope for the Caregiver."
Friday evening-7pm dinner and lecture
Saturday-Paraklesis at 9am, lecture and discussion, lunch at noon, society
meeting, lecture and discussion, Vespers at 4:30pm
To register for the conference, please become a member of the society. Once logged onto the website as a member, click on the heading titled “Conference.”
Conference fee is $30 per person(to include two meals) although there will be a live stream of lectures for members who cannot attend in person.
Society membership is $20 yearly but clergy and parishioners who are students or in training may email stpanteleimonhs@gmail.com for a complimentary membership.


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Please consider joining us so that as a metropolis we can apply our education to share the love of Christ. Our goal is that through this society and other organizations our metropolis would be known as “The Metropolis of Mercy.”