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The King Edward VII collection has evolved over many years. It consists of work by local island artists and in the main the paintings have been donated in appreciation of care given patients. The local land and seascapes, familiar and comforting images, can stimulate memory, a valuable asset in the treatment of elderly patients. The purpose of art in healthcare is to enhance the environment, making the surroundings more pleasing and welcoming, serving to aid the healing process.

Rue de la Perruque, Castel, Guernsey GY5 7NU Channel Islands

01481 725241  

Before making a visit, check opening hours with the venue

http://www.health.gov.gg/work-locations/king-edward-7-hospital?_ts=159901