Thanks to a Volunteer Association/Health Sciences Foundation Family CARE Grant, the Health Sciences Centre’s patient consent form is being translated to Oji-Cree, Cree and Ojibway. Aboriginal patients who do not speak or understand English will now have a form in their language to clearly understand what treatment or tests they are being asked to consent to.
The Department of Spiritual and Religious Care welcomes spiritual leaders of all faiths to visit patients. The Spiritual Care team provides service that is sensitive to, and respectful of, the diverse expression of spirituality and religion in our culture. We serve individuals from all faiths and those with no faith tradition.
Our Multi-Faith Spiritual Centre, located on the 2nd floor, is open 24 hours per day for patient and family use. The Spiritual Centre houses resources for Multi-Faith worship and is also equipped to accommodate rituals such as Smudging and Pipe Ceremonies.
A Sacred Bundle is available upon request. Individuals can request assistance for these services from the staff Chaplains or are welcome to use the Spiritual Centre at their convenience. Signs are available for anyone needing short-term privacy.
You may request a visit by notifying your nurse or calling 684-6235.
For emergencies, please ask your nurse to page a member of the Spiritual Care team.