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Meet Our Spiritual Care Team

Rev. Debra Dove Headshot

Reverend Debra R. Dove, MDiv, BCC, D.D., Manager, Spiritual Care

Reverend Debra R. Dove, educator, pastoral counselor, and hospital chaplain was appointed Manager of Spiritual Care in December 2020. She is a native of Brooklyn, N.Y. and a graduate of Kutztown University in Kutztown, PA where she received a Bachelor of Science Degree in History and Social Studies. She furthered her education at Emory University, Candler School of Theology in Atlanta, GA, where she received a Master of Divinity Degree.

Reverend Dove was ordained to the Christian ministry by the late Civil Rights leader Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy at the West Hunter Street Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA, and has directed the Spiritual Care departments in urban and suburban locations. Reverend Dove has dedicated her life and ministry to improving the spiritual well-being of all people in diverse, multi-cultural and religious traditions.

Reverend Dove is an ACPE-trained minister and chaplain with over 30 years of experience providing spiritual and emotional support to patients, families and staff in various hospital settings. She is highly skilled in cross-cultural communication and helps people utilize their spirituality as a critical component in the healing process.

Mulba Borsay, Staff Chaplain

Mulba joined the MetroHealth Spiritual Care team in January, 2014. He worked in chaplaincy at Lutheran Hospital, Ahuja Medical Center, Huron Hospital and an On Call Chaplain at University Hospital in Cleveland.

Mulba is an ordained Lutheran (ELCA) minister. He earned his MA, M.Div and D.Min. degrees at Ashland Theological Seminary. He did his Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at Cleveland Clinic. Mulba is a Certified Spiritual Director through Ignatian Spirituality Institute at John Carroll University. He is a Board Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains.


Sandie King

 Sandie King, BCC

As a staff chaplain, Sandie recognizes the importance of acknowledging and nurturing the uniqueness of each person’s spiritual journey and how that journey impacts the person’s overall well-being. Sandie serves the Trauma Intensive Care Unit, the Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Burn Unit, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Pediatric Unit, the Cancer Care Center, and Medical Unit. Before becoming a hospital chaplain, Sandie served in the hospice setting. 

Sandie’s teaching focuses on spiritual distress, forgiveness, and grief. She has a passion for using poetry in her healing ministry. She also serves on several committees throughout MetroHealth. 

Sandie received her Master of Psychology degree at New York University and studied theology and pastoral ministry at both Fuller Theological Seminary and Ursuline College. Sandie is a commissioned and endorsed minister of The United Church of Christ. She joined MetroHealth in February 2016, and is a Board Certified Chaplain (BCC) through the Association of Professional Chaplains. She is also a member of the Chaplains’ Association of Ohio.

Sandie looks to her wise daughter, poetry, hiking in the MetroParks, music, and time with family and friends to keep her grounded.


Elizabeth Hamm

 Betsy Hamm, MBA, MDiv., Staff Chaplain (she/her)

Betsy Hamm joined the MetroHealth Spiritual Care team in May 2019. As a Staff Chaplain, she serves as the unit chaplain for Inpatient Psychiatry, Medical Intensive Care, the Medical Stepdown Unit, Pediatrics, Pediatric Intensive Care, General Medicine, and Acute Care for Elders. Before coming to Metro, Betsy worked in hospice and as an on-call chaplain.

Betsy earned her Master of Divinity degree from Loyola University Chicago and completed a residency in Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at The Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center. Betsy also completed the two-year certification in spiritual direction through the Ignatian Spirituality Institute at John Carroll University. She is endorsed for ministry by the Federation of Christian Ministers. 


Father Justin Freeman

 Fr. Justin Freeman, O. de M.

Father Freeman is the Catholic chaplain assigned to MetroHealth by the Diocese of Cleveland to minister to the spiritual and sacramental needs of Catholic patients, families, and staff. He entered the Mercedarian Friars in 2004 and was ordained a priest in 2010. Before entering the seminary, he interned for the Social Security Administration and the Republican National Committee and worked for a prominent lobbying firm in Washington, DC. Father Freeman earned three masters’ degrees in divinity, theology, and political philosophy.

He previously served as a chaplain of MetroHealth for five years and parishes in the dioceses of Buffalo and Saint Petersburg.

Born and raised in Virginia, Father Freeman is the son of a firefighter and a nurse. In his free time, he enjoys reading and traveling.


Napoleon Harris

 Napoleon Harris, Chaplain/Part-Time

Napoleon serves as a part-time chaplain for MHMC since April 2019. He provides care at the Severance and at MetroHealth Main Campus Emergency Department. Prior to serving at MetroHealth, Napoleon was a chaplain with Mercy Hospital in Canton, St. Vincent Charity, and Continuum Care Hospice. He also served at Community Action Against Addiction and the Hitchcock Center for Women, and Cuyahoga Hills Youth Center.

Napoleon is an ordained Baptist Pastor of 35 years. He earned his degrees at the American Baptist College in Nashville, Tennessee and Malone University. He is currently working to complete his doctorate degree in pastoral counseling from South University.


Robin Schreiber

Robin Schreiber, On-Call Chaplain

Robin is a Presbyterian minister who has worked as a chaplain for over twenty years. She has worked at MetroHealth for about ten of those twenty years. Robin loves her ministry here because of the people who work here and the people we serve. 




MaryElin Halek

 MaryElin Halek, On-Call Chaplain

Serving as a chaplain at MetroHealth is definitely where the Lord has meant for MaryElin to be. She is honored to serve patients and their loved ones the best way that she can. The staff at MetroHealth is second to none, and she feels proud to work with her colleagues.