The Legacy Heritage Healing Garden is a sculpture garden of 2000 square meters near the Outpatient Clinics and Breast Health Center, made possible thanks to a generous donation from the Legacy Heritage Fund. The garden is designed to provide a pleasant and supportive atmosphere that can be enjoyed by people receiving ambulatory treatment and by hospital patients and their families, a place to relax and find a sense of peace and quiet.
The sculpture "Dance" by Sue Ela was commissioned for the garden in 2014. The flow and movement in the sculpture reflect the potential to grow and change in personal life and relationships. Just as it takes two to dance in harmony, harmony is also needed for two peoples to live together in peace. A kind of life cycle is revealed in the clean, polished and abstract shapes, depicting human connections and relationships.