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Art on the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Campus

The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital is a 1,677-bed acute hospital located in Govan, Glasgow and is the largest hospital campus in Europe. Opened at the end of April 2015, the hospital is Scotland's largest ever publicly-funded NHS construction project, costing £842 million to build.

Each building has a distinctive character, with artwork and colour schemes specially selected to enhance wellbeing and to give useful landmarks which can act as signposts. 

Find out more about the design process and the artwork commissioned for the buildings on the QEUH campus:

Adult Hospital

Royal Hospital for Children

New Maternity and Neonatal Unit

 

 

Last Updated: 04 August 2020