The Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Department is committed to providing compassionate spiritual care for patients, carers, visitors and staff across the entire hospital community.

We care for everyone regardless of age, race, religion, creed, gender, sexual orientation and culture.  You do not have to be "religious" to talk to a chaplain or access chaplaincy support, just another human being in need of help.

It is our responsibility to deliver spiritual care in line with the expectations of the NHS as well as our profession’s guidelines and codes of conduct. Chaplains are also accountable for our practice to our own religious bodies.