The Hospital Arts programme of Chelsea and Westminster Health Charity helps to create a healing environment within Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, where visual and performing arts are combined to help relieve anxiety and assist in recovery.

 The Hospital houses Europe's largest indoor sculpture, and Veronese's magnificent Resurrection graces the Chapel. The Charity's visual art collection is the most comprehensive collection of contemporary British art on display in a hospital, available to be viewed by patients, staff, visitors and the local community free of charge, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

 Hospital Arts' performing arts programme has an international reputation for its lunchtime performances and occasional free gala performances, the first of their kind in a hospital. Musicians, actors, singers and other performers also visit patients on wards and work directly with patients and staff in workshops and other participatory activities.

 Lunchtime performances occur every Thursday at 1pm and are located in the Ground Floor Atrium. Pianist-in-Residence Alex Vydelingum plays every Monday, 1-2pm, by the Ground Floor Cafe.

 The Hospital Arts Gallery, located on the First Floor of the Hospital, holds several exhibitions a year. Works can be purchased, with 25% of the proceeds donated to Hospital Arts.