Chesterfield General Hospital does not have a religious affiliation. We welcome patients of all faiths and spiritual backgrounds and we will do our best to provide adequate support to our patients and their loved ones.
We recognize the need for ongoing pastoral care and spiritual wellness for all our patients and families. Several members of the clergy make up the Chaplaincy Service that provides support to the hospital's patients and families. The chaplains are ordained or recognized ministers, priests or sisters of a congregation or denomination. Chaplains take turns on call. If you would like to see one of our chaplains or your own spiritual leader please contact your nurse for assistance.