A Foleshill GP features in Greener NHS photography exhibition displayed in Coventry

NHS England has unveiled the “Care for the future: delivering the world’s first net zero health service” photography exhibition at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum in Coventry.  The photography exhibition features NHS staff – from pharmacists to surgeons, mental health professionals to health visitors – who have pioneered greener healthcare initiatives for the benefit of their patients and the communities they serve.  A GP at Foleshill Health Centre in Coventry, features in this exhibition representing both primary care, the NHS Midlands region and sustainable NHS healthcare facilities.

Coventry, currently in the Year of Culture, is hosting the prestigious photo exhibition at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum in the city centre. The exhibition is on display until 1 June, before it moves on to NHS Trusts across the country for the remainder of 2022.

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Image Credit: Herbert Art Gallery and Museum

The “Care for the future: delivering the world’s first net zero health service” photography exhibition was first displayed at COP26 the United Nations Conference of the Parties in Glasgow in November 2021. The exhibition was viewed by political leaders and delegates from across the globe.

View exhibition online: ‘Care for the future: delivering the world’s first net zero health service’

Portrait photographer: Justin Lambert

Foleshill Health Centre GP in Care for the future: delivering the world’s first net zero health service exhibition


Foleshill Health Centre, Coventry features in the exhibition because it is the first Passivhaus healthcare building in the UK, full of low energy and sustainable solutions while providing excellent care for patients.  

We are incredibly excited that this exhibition which features this fantastic new, energy efficient building, has now come home to our city.

This exhibition celebrates the incredible work of NHS staff and highlights how they are leading the way in the fight against climate change. We are delighted to display the works at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum in May 2022.

“We are proud to have the UK’s greenest health building in our local community. It provides a calm and reassuring environment for our patients.

Foleshill Health Centre – the UK’s first Passivhaus health care building

The £3.3m 619m2 Passivhaus building on Livingstone Road in Foleshill is highly insulated with sustainable innovations including solar panels, triple glazed windows, LED lighting, and a heat recovery system. It is warm in the winter and cool in the summer, with exceptionally low energy costs. It has an electric car charging point and bicycle storage. The GP surgery has five consulting rooms and two treatment rooms, which opened to patients in August 2021.

Foleshill is an example for the NHS showing what can be done using the most modern, innovative, sustainable volumetric building methods – demonstrating how health buildings can be sustainable in the future.  The primary care building has an EPC A rating (12) close to net zero CO2.and is BREEAM Excellent.

Watch: Foleshill Health Centre video

Read: Foleshill Case study
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Foleshill Health Centre is a partnership between Community Health Partnerships (CHP) and NHS Coventry and Warwickshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the tenants Foleshill Surgery, a GP practice, part of Coventry and Rugby GP Alliance.

Find out more:

Coventry City of Culture website:
Herbert Art Gallery & Museum website:
Read more about the #GreenerNHS

Foleshill Health Centre delivery partners:

Portakabin (Main contractor), Tooley Foster Architects (Passivhaus experts), AECOM (infrastructure consultants) and Arden Estate Partnerships Limited (development management).


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