King Edward VII’s Hospital
Our dedication to outstanding patient care dates back to our beginnings in 1899, when sisters Agnes and Fanny Keyser devoted themselves and their home to caring for sick and wounded officers returning from the Second Boer War. Under Sister Agnes’ steadfast leadership, the Keyser home – 17 Grosvenor Crescent, Belgravia, continued as a hospital for officers after the war. King Edward VII became its first patron and it received generous support from individuals. Today, King Edward VII’s is the hospital of choice for anyone seeking the best private medical treatment in London.
We are proud to have maintained a tradition of royal patronage, beginning with King Edward VII (1901) to today’s Hospital Patron, Her Majesty The Queen.
King Edward VII’s Hospital will be taking part in the Patron’s Lunch this year and proudly showcasing our heritage and involvement with royalty throughout the years. We will be walking in the parade along with all of the other extremely worthy causes that Her Majesty The Queen is patron of. We will also be holding internal events at the Hospital to celebrate Her Majesty’s Birthday, as well as the launch of our new Veterans’ Health Centre, continuing our heritage and tradition of supporting and treating veterans.
To find out more visit- www.kingedwardvii.co.uk