Chip Gordon, MDiv
Director of Pastoral Care
Southeastern Regional Medical Center
"It is important in the journey of cancer for patients and their caregivers to realize that they do not have to fight this battle alone."
- Chip Gordon, MDiv
- Master of Divinity - Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth, TX
- BA, Speech Communications - Auburn University, Auburn, AL
- Ordained & Licensed - First Baptist Church, Newnan, GA
Practicing Since: 1993
After learning about the mission of Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Rev. Chip Gordon, Director of Pastoral Care at Southeastern Regional Medical Center, was instantly impressed. He knew right away that he wanted to be a part of the team.
In addition to the opportunity he sees for ministry to make a difference with patients, caregivers and the staff, Pastor Gordon appreciates the CTCA® focus on treating the whole person, rather than just a physical ailment.
Rev. Gordon earned a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, and a bachelor’s degree in speech communications from Auburn University. Throughout his more than 20 years of ministry experience, he has served as a Youth Pastor and Senior Pastor for various churches in North Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Most recently, he was the LifeCare Pastor at a church in Newnan, where his outreach was in counseling, hospital, funeral, grief and bereavement.
"My goal is to always be a good listener, as many times patients simply need to be heard," says Rev. Gordon
When working with patients, Rev. Gordon sees his role as helping them to understand that there is hope, and then guiding them to find that hope. He is also available to answer any questions that patients may have at any time concerning faith.
Passionate about the community, Rev. Gordon serves on the board of directors at Bridging the Gap, a community outreach program providing food and other resources to people in need. He is also an advisor to the Newnan Youth Council.
Born and raised in Newnan, Rev. Gordon met his wife Jo Ellen at Auburn University. She is currently a mathematics teacher at Newnan High School. In his free time, Rev. Gordon enjoys playing tennis with his two daughters.