I've said it before, but I'll say it again, the gardens at Parkwood were far beyond anything I've seen associated with a hospital. They were the best sort of therapy gardens, and I spent a lot of time in them.
This screen shot off Google Maps shows you the area of the gardens, behind the main hospital. There aren't a lot of flowers, but there are lots of trees, shrubs and grasses all of which make it a wonderful place to be outside.
The pathways are cement, and easy for wheelchairs, wide enough for two chairs to pass each other. Along the way there are about 10 different small sitting spots like this, designed for family visitors.
This is the largest shelter, with about 10 tables and 40 chairs. There was almost always someone there. The beautiful yellow rose garden bloomed twice while I was there.
There was a small frogpond nearby, another nice place to sit.
This shelter was formed by a huge Wysteria vine that provided shade while it kept winding it tendrils into a tree above.
The architecture of the hospital is interesting in it own right. This 5 story atrium provides a place to look out from every floor.