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Our Spiritual Care Team is discretely integral to our medical service, offering a healing and supportive spiritual presence. No matter what belief or religious persuasion each person may have, spiritual care respects human dignity and values individual differences.
Spiritual Care Update:
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Archdiocese of Brisbane has declared a number of provisions – including suspending the celebration of Mass on Sundays with immediate effect.
Patients and visitors – please be advised we have suspended the celebration of Mass on Sundays within the Hospital Chapel in line with the provisions from the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
Priests will continue to celebrate Mass (the Mass for the people) on Sundays without a congregation, with people able to follow Masses live-streamed from the Cathedral at archbne.org/bzw on Sundays and weekdays.
Patients and visitors are invited to follow the live-stream on personal electronic devices.
Please visit the Archdiocese of Brisbane website for more information.
The volunteer service at our Hospital has a long and distinguished history and is continuing to grow. We are very fortunate to be able to attract such a dedicated group of volunteers who genuinely care about our patients and families. Volunteer plans and activities adhere to the National Standards for Volunteers in Not-For-Profit Organisations.
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Our Arts Program aims to support the spiritual, emotional and physical health and well-being of patients, their families and their friends. The program is designed to be responsive and enriching, providing a diversion from day-to-day hospital life, opportunities for contemplation, relaxation, hope and aspiration and potentially improve patient health outcomes.