Three elderly people sit in the front row of the hospital chapel.

Chapels and churches

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Werribee Mercy Hospital welcomes all people and respects individual personal, spiritual and religious beliefs. We have a multi-faith chapel, reflection garden, and reflection room, for prayer, quiet meditation, peaceful reflection and rest.

The Werribee Mercy Hospital multi-faith chapel is situated in the main wing of the hospital and is open 24 hours a day for all staff, patients, families, carers and friends.

Everyone is welcome to use the chapel for personal meditation, prayer or as a place of peaceful reflection and rest. Groups may use the chapel in consultation with the pastoral care manager.

There is also a reflection garden off the main corridor. This serene space, with a soothing fountain, provides another reflection/prayer space for all people.

In the Clare Moore building, there is a reflection room for all who wish to find a quiet place for reflection, prayer or rest.

Last reviewed January 16, 2019.

Outpatient Clinics building

Werribee Mercy Hospital offers specialist services across Allied Health, Medical, Surgical, Women's and Children's health care. A large number of the specialist services are located within the Outpatient Clinics building, next to the multi-level car park.

Outpatient Clinics building

Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

The Werribee Mercy Hospital Intensive Care Unit (ICU) cares for patients who need close monitoring after complex surgery, through to patients with life-threatening conditions.

Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

Mother Baby Unit

The Mother Baby Unit at Werribee Mercy Hospital is a mental health inpatient unit. We care for mothers and babies with mental health conditions from birth up until your baby is one year old.

Mother Baby Unit