Since the hospital’s beginnings in 1899, the quality and compassion of our nursing care has been the beating heart of King Edward VII’s Hospital.
Sisters Fanny and Agnes Keyser founded our hospital in 1899 by opening the doors of their home to wounded soldiers returning from war. They created a culture of kindness which has laid the foundation for what King Edward VII’s Hospital is today: A safe, warm, friendly and compassionate environment for patients to return to health with as little disruption as possible.
Our nurses are a family: their culture of kindness a core value.
When you walk through our front door, you become a part of our family too.
Every patient that comes to King Edward VII’s Hospital is treated with dignity, respect and kindness. You are so much more than just a number, and we deliver a truly personalised care package that will go above and beyond your expectations. Nothing is too much trouble for our staff, who always go out of their way to make your stay as comfortable and pleasurable as possible.
We understand that for our nurses to deliver the highest levels of care, they must feel happy, supported and valued. We make several commitments to our nursing team that helps them provide the personalised care that has become a hallmark of King Edward VII’s Hospital.
There’s a reason why 9 out of 10 of our patients tell us that after attending King Edward VII’s Hospital, they will never go anywhere else.