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Monday 27 September 2021
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Chaplaincy & Spiritual Care Centre

We are pleased to have this opportunity to let you know something of the support that is available to you, through our team, while you or your loved one is in hospital.


The Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care department consists of a centre and a multi faith team of chaplains and chaplaincy volunteers.  The Chaplains are appointed by the Trust and are professionals from specific religious traditions, who are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  The support offered can include prayers, sacraments and rituals, dependant upon what is asked for. 


The presence and support offered to patients, their loved ones and staff is not limited to people who are religious.  As a Chaplaincy Spiritual Care team we seek to treat everyone as an individual with dignity, respecting privacy.  Being inclusive of everyone respectful of age, gender, race, culture, disability, belief or sexuality.  Every person is of value and should receive the best possible care.


We understand that there are times when what we most need is a compassionate person; a listening ear and sensitive support from a person who will not judge and who will maintain confidentiality. 


Chaplains and chaplaincy volunteers regularly visit wards and chaplains can be called to visit individuals at any time.  In an emergency please ask a member of staff to contact a chaplain.  

The Centre

Muslim chaplain talks to a patient on a ward. Both men in white caps.

Faith, belief and culture

Sikh chaplain talks to a patient on ward

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