When stay-at-home orders were first imposed and people began to “panic buy,” Jeff Hetschel, lead chaplain at Hoag Hospital Irvine, drove a refrigerated van for hours every day delivering food and supplies to staff members who couldn’t get to the stores before the shelves emptied out. He also ran a makeshift “store” out of a friend’s garage in Irvine where hospital staff could pick up necessities. “I never envisioned I would do something like that,” said Hetschel, who has served as a chaplain in Orange County for about 16 years.