Thomas Heatherwick designed the new steel entrance to Guy's Hospital, as part of a major £2 million project to improve the area. The project has been made possible thanks to funding from Pool of London Partnership, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity and the Friends of Guy’s Hospital.
GUY'S HOSPITAL: LIFE IN A LONDON HOSPITAL, ENGLAND, 1941. This patient has been marked on the forehead with 'M 1/4' meaning that they have received a 1/4 grain of morphine before arrival at the hospital.
A group of nurses at Guy's Hospital in London get cups of tea from the canteen, poured for them buy members of the Women's Voluntary Service (WVS). There are different types of nurses at work at Guy's, including VADs (Voluntary Aid Detachment nurses) and those from the Red Cross.
GUY'S HOSPITAL LIFE LONDON HOSPITAL ENGLAND 1941 (D 2344). A casualty is carried on a stretcher to a waiting ambulance at Guy's Hospital in London. The ambulance "was presented to American Ambulance Great Britain by Fred A Poor of Chicago USA, June 1940". (During the Blitz, World War Two)