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His Majesty The King to be Patron of King Edward VII’s Hospital

His Majesty The King is to succeed Her Majesty The Late Queen Elizabeth II as Patron of King Edward VII’s Hospital.

His Majesty is continuing a tradition of Royal patronage which dates from the founding of the hospital in 1899, when King Edward VII became its first patron. The Late Queen succeeded her father King George VI as Patron in 1952.

““We are deeply honoured that The King has agreed to become our Patron, continuing a long tradition of Royal patronage by the reigning Monarch which stretches back to our founding. His Majesty’s support for the hospital’s charitable purpose of treating current and former members of the Armed Forces and their families through our Centre for Veterans’ Health, alongside our work as a leading independent hospital, is tremendously valued by our team.

We are also deeply grateful to HRH The Duke of Kent, who has been President of the hospital since 1975, and who continues to actively support our work.”

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About King Edward VII’s Hospital

King Edward VII’s Hospital is an independent charitable hospital with a proud history of Royal Patronage, located within London’s Harley Street medical district.

With just 56 beds, the hospital offers truly personalised medical care that combines the world-leading expertise our patients demand with the impeccable standards of nursing care they deserve.
Our compassionate culture creates a peaceful, private and supportive environment, returning patients to everyday life with as little disruption as possible.

Our hospital is a charity. We thrive on a spirit of philanthropy, with generous donations keeping us at the forefront of medical care and allowing us to provide the very best service to our patients.
Our charitable conscience keeps us dedicated to providing the highest levels of subsidised care to Veterans of The Armed Forces.

For more information please contact:
Donald Steel. FCIPR FRSA
Tel: 07850 032658