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Hospital Voices exhibition extended at the Florence Nightingale Museum

Published: Saturday 14th of June 2008

Until the end of the month, visitors to the Florence Nightingale Museum can catch the Hospital Voices exhibition which has been extended due to popular demand.

Hospital Voices draws on the personal testaments of patients and medical staff from Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals, in addition to the Evelina Children's Hospital.

The exhibition looks at the changing nature of hospital life in the UK over the decades.

Contributors include veteran politician and campaigner Tony Benn, Gill Hicks - a survivor of the 7/7 London bombings - and one of the nurses who cared for her, Louise Danks.

In addition to the exhibition, the museum features a range of artefacts relating to Nightingale, who is widely credited with laying the foundations for modern medical care.

For travelling to this top London attraction on the Underground, the nearest stations are Westminster and Waterloo.

London Pass holders can enter the Florence Nightingale Museum for free.

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