Our professionally trained chaplains are available to provide emotional and spiritual support and honor what matters most to you through compassionate listening, crisis intervention, grief and bereavement resources, and patient advocacy. Chaplains provide respectful spiritual and emotional care to people of all faiths, beliefs, and values. Chaplains are available daily from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
To request a chaplain visit, speak with the bedside nurse or call the Spiritual Care office 206-901-8532.
The chapel is located on the fifth floor of the Birch Wing, across from the laboratory. This space is set aside for quiet reflection and prayer for patients, visitors and staff of all faiths. It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is a Prayer Request Book, where you are invited to ask for prayers on behalf of yourself or a loved one.
Hospitals have used natural landscaping, gardens and fresh air as components of healing for centuries. Located just off the fourth floor Galleria, the Healing Garden at St. Anne continues with this tradition, offering patients, visitors and staff a natural and beautiful setting for quiet conversation, contemplation, healing and prayer. A smaller garden is located near the entrance to the St. Anne Cancer Center.
The Bereavement Support Program has been established to assist those family members who have lost a loved one while they were a patient at our Virginia Mason Franciscan Health hospitals. Learn more about the program and find support group offerings.