At Albury Wodonga Health the focus of our pastoral care is to have a conversation about what is important to you. We believe in a holistic, person-centred approach, with an inclusive respectful response to a person’s world view.
Pastoral Care is available on both Albury and Wodonga Campuses.
Pastoral Care is here to help. Sacramental ministry is available as well as a safe space and support irrespective of faith, belief, culture and values.
You, or a member of staff can contact Pastoral Care, and requests can be made through the Patient Journey Board. We can also organise a visit from your local clergy or representative of your faith.
The Pastoral Care Brochure is available for more information. Information is also available from The Spiritual Health Association.
Pastoral Care also offers an art group in Wodonga Rehabilitation Unit. The aim is not to produce masterpieces but to allow people the opportunity to leave their mark and tell their story.
Both Albury and Wodonga campuses have Chapels or Sacred Spaces. The chapel in Wodonga is called “Allawah”. Allawah is an Aboriginal word that means, “Sit down, rest here and stay awhile”. There is also a ‘quiet room’ at Wodonga.
Pastoral Care Vacancies
We are looking for people to support our patients and staff through pastoral care, if you have the qualities that support our person-centred care philosophy, please contact Pastoral Care Coordinator for further information.