The Trust has a team of Chaplains who visit the hospital wards regularly. They are available to give confidential spiritual care and support at times of need and distress. You do not have to be religious to receive a visit.
There is always a Chaplain on-call, so if you want to see someone urgently, please ask the staff to contact one of us through the switchboard. If you prefer, we can inform your own minister or faith leader for you.
Each hospital has a Chapel and both are always open for prayer and quiet reflection.
At Warrington it is situated on the ground floor of Burtonwood Wing, near wards B10 and B11. This Chapel has washing facilities for Muslim prayers.
At Halton the Chapel is on the upper floor in the Nightingale Building by the entrance to ward B4.
Holy Communion can always be brought to you at the bedside at either hospital. However, there are also a number of services each week in the hospital Chapels, usually on Saturday or Sunday. Please ask the staff to let us know if you want to come. A message can be left by phoning extension 2146 (Warrington) or extension 3443 (Halton).
A team of trained helpers can bring you to these services in a wheelchair. All patients, family, friends and staff are warmly welcome to come along. Radio General and Radio Halton (the hospital radios) also broadcast some religious programmes.
During COVID-19 our chaplaincy service continues to offer a wide range of advice on spiritual and religious matters within our hospitals.
Contact the Chaplaincy Team on 01925 662146
By switchboard - Tel: 01925 635911 (and request chaplain on call)