Chaplaincy ministry is about expressing respect and care, listening in a compassionate way and helping to create a space which recognises each person’s spiritual needs.
Our chaplains visit the wards daily and you may see one of us during your stay. If we miss you on our visits, or you would like to see a different minister of religion, please ask a nurse to contact the chaplaincy department.
Call this line if you have a query about your child’s stay in the hospital such as date of admission.
The Book of Remembrance is stored in a locked glass case at the back of the hospital chapel.
To view the Book of Remembrance please ask a member of staff at reception in the main entrance. Working hours for chaplains are 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday, and 9:00am to 12:00pm on Sundays. Viewings may be possible outside of working hours, but can’t be guaranteed.
Opening times: 7:00am to 8:00pm every day.
Telephone: (01) 8784200
Mass is celebrated every Sunday at 9:30am, and everyone is welcome.
Our Multifaith Room is located on St. Joan’s Corridor. It’s a quiet space for people of all faiths and no faith. You can pray, meditate or just take some quiet time for yourself.
Clergy of other denominations visit the hospital regularly, and we are happy to arrange visits with clergy of other faiths if requested. Families may also arrange a visit with their own priest or minister.
All visiting clergy must inform the chaplaincy team of their visit, so that we can arrange clearance with ward staff first.
Please tell the chaplaincy department if your priest or minister administers a Sacrament.
For healthcare professionals
This is an optional service for those who may request it.