The chaplain is appointed to provide spiritual and religious care to all patients, visitors, staff and volunteers in the healthcare setting regardless of faith or of no faith. A chaplain can be ordained or lay with an acknowledged status within a mainstream Faith Community.

The Chaplaincy Service within the Macmillan Unit is provided  by the Northern Health and Social Care Trust, and currently provides four sessions per week, of spiritual, pastoral and religious support to patients, relatives and staff in the Unit.

The Quiet Room is provided to hold services as required and is available for quiet reflection.

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