Mark Feldbush, Clinical Pastoral Education Program Manager, Grandview Medical Center
Mark is an Associate Certified Educator with the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) and a Board Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC). He is an ordained Seventh-day Adventist pastor with more than 20 years of pastoral experience in chaplaincy, congregational ministry, and church planting settings. Mark's work in chaplaincy began with a 16 month CPE residency at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, OH. He then worked as a staff chaplain and Educator Candidate for Adventist HealthCare in suburban Washington, DC for 5 years. Mark also has experience as a chaplain and educator candidate at Saint Elizabeths Hospital, a mental health hospital in Washington, DC. Mark and his family moved to Dayton in the late Summer of 2015 where Mark began his work with Kettering Health at Grandview Medical Center to establish a second CPE program for Kettering.
Moses Taiwo, Clinical Pastoral Education Program Manager, Kettering Medical Center
Moses is a Certified Educator with the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) and a Board Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC). He earned two doctorates: Religion-New Testament (Andrews University, 2002), and Management and Information Systems Technology (University of Phoenix, 2015), respectively. At present, he serves as CPE Educator and Manager, Spiritual Care Services, Kettering Medical Center, Kettering, OH. Moses received ordination from the Seventh day Adventist Church and has maintained endorsement with Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries since 2003. He has served as a church pastor and a head elder in many parts of US since he came to the country in 1997. He did his first CPE unit at Saint Joseph Medical Center, South Bend, IN, in 2000, and his Residency Units both at Howard Community Hospital, Kokomo, IN, and Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC between 2003 and 2005. Moses did his supervisory training at Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte. He is originally from Nigeria and is now a US citizen with his wife and three adult children.