• The Chaplaincy department seeks to address the spiritual and religious needs of the hospital community. 
  • The Chaplaincy department incorporates all the major Christian denominations and is strongly associated with all the major faith communities. Chaplains are available for those of all faiths and also for those who do not belong to a particular faith community but recognise their own spiritual journey. 
  • The work of the Chaplaincy department aims to support both providers and users of health services. It offers a response - also in the content of a system of faith or belief - to the spiritual, religious and emotional needs which arise from changes in health and well-being. 
  • The Chaplaincy department can be contacted on 0151 529 3195 for inpatient services.