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Service welcomes Kidderminster Hospital's new chaplain
KIDDERMINSTER Hospital’s new healthcare chaplain has been welcomed at a special service led by the Bishop of Worcester.
The Rev Guy Hewlett was joined by his friends, colleagues and parishioners as the Rt Rev Dr John Inge wished him well in his new role.
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust chief executive Penny Venables, head of human resources Julie Stupart and the trust’s lead chaplain the Rev David Southall also attended the licensing ceremony.
Rev Hewlett said: “I believe the NHS is so crucial to us as a nation. I am very glad to be part of such a significant and professional team.
“Kidderminster Hospital is a special place and I am looking forward to serving the patients, their families and carers and the staff over the coming years.”
Rev Southall added: “It was fantastic to have a service to welcome Guy to the trust. He comes with huge skill and expertise and is already making a difference within the Chaplaincy teams.
“He is a great bloke and it seems like he has been part of the team for ages. It was great to have Penny and Bishop John taking the service and is a marker of the importance of the chaplains in the trust.”
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