At Heart Care we understand some of you may be experiencing heightened emotions and a sense of loss following the death of Queen Elizabeth II

You may be grieving while also reflecting on personal memories of the UK’s longest-serving monarch.


Her death may also bring back memories of your personal bereavements. If you are struggling, please don’t be afraid to ask for help.


The NHS have a range of health and wellbeing support in place across both organisations. Their chaplaincy teams are also on hand to provide pastoral and spiritual care. They can be contacted on the numbers below:

  • RWT: Call Switchboard at any time and ask to speak to the on-call chaplain. Alternatively, you may wish to contact the office directly, by dialling ext. 85098.
  • WHT: For urgent assistance, please contact chaplaincy through Switchboard on 01922 721172 and ask for the relevant faith chaplain. You can also email [email protected]

A book of condolence will be available in the chapels and sacred spaces at New Cross Hospital and Walsall Manor Hospital, should you wish to leave a message.

The Royal Family website also allows for the public to send messages of condolence:


Information on health and wellbeing can be found via the below links: