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Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of

Plaque: Florence Nightingale Garden

Erection date: 2017


{Left hand plaque:}
The Nightingale badge awarded between 1925 - 1996.

{Central plaque:}
The Florence Nightingale Garden
This garden celebrates the dedicated nursing and midwifery professionals who trained or have worked at Guys' and St Thomas' caring for our patients, pioneering new treatments and inspiring future generations.
Florence Nightingale founded the Nightingale Nurse Training School at St Thomas' Hospital in 1860, which continued until 1996. The next generation of Nightingales was launched in 2017 to build on this legacy.

{Right hand plaque}
The next generation Nightingale Badge awarded from 2017.

Site: Florence Nightingale Garden (1 memorial)

SE1, Westminster Bridge Road, St Thomas's Hospital Gardens

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Florence Nightingale Garden

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Nightingale Badge - New

The badge was introduced as a successor to the former Nightingale Badge. It i...

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Nightingale Badge - Old

The badge was awarded to nurses who qualified from the Nightingale School at ...

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Nightingale Nurse Training School

In full, the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliat...

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Florence Nightingale

Nurse, statistician, author. Born in Italy (go on, guess which city) while he...

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Guy's Hospital

Founded by Thomas Guy in concept in 1721 but it was not until 6 January 1725 ...

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