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The Mortuary Chapel of Rest / Viewing Room at St. Peter’s Hospital is separate from the Multi-Faith Centre. It is located between the Abbey Wing (maternity building) and the Accident and Emergency centre.

Follow the main entrance road of the Hospital towards the A&E / Rowley Bristow Unit and you will see it as the new white-walled building on your right.

Please note that there is no parking to visitors next to the mortuary but the Outpatient, Rowley Bristow and Abbey Wing parking areas are close by.

 

Useful Contacts

  • Chaplaincy / Pastoral Service - 01784 884488 (Ashford) or 01932 872000 (St. Peter’s)
  • Bereavement Office - 01932 722319

Latest News

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Spelthorne buys hospital trust’s surplus car park for housing

Spelthorne Borough Council has announced the purchase of a surplus car park on the site of Ashford Hospital's old incinerator with the aim of developing the land for much needed housing.

 

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Relaunch of the Footsteps Pathway

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St Peter’s Hospital are relaunching the Footsteps Pathway, and in line with the NICU philosophy of family centred care and working in partnership with parents, we are providing an accessible and easy to use resource pack.

 

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Trust research recognised

On Friday 22nd February 2019, Chief Executives of NHS Trusts, researchers and patients came together to celebrate the excellent health and social care research taking place within the region at the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN) Kent, Surrey and Sussex Awards.

 

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Introducing the Junior Doctors Assistants

It’s been over 20 years since the first Medical Support Workers were employed at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals to assist Junior Doctors. The role was created in order to aid Junior Doctors of some of their administrative duties and enable them to spend more time on the wards ensuring that patients are seen quickly and that follow up care is organised efficiently.

 

The Weekly Message

Discussing Death

Welcome to this month’s video message, which focuses on a very special and important topic, in a different format which I hope you will all enjoy. This month I was joined by colleagues from across the Trust to discuss the important subject of death. This was inspired by work that we’re currently undertaking to learn from deaths but also after having listened myself to the BBC Radio 4 series ‘we need to talk about death’ ... watch this week's message