There's also a sculpture by Peter Nicholls. And. And. And. Really someone should do a tour. I think they do sometimes, or have done, but I can't find it on Google.
Or maybe the presence of the sometimes astonishing art, in odd corners, is just a gift for you if you unhappily find yourself under the weather.
There's apparently a cataloguing effort underway, due to horror stories such as, "A Doris Lusk painting found glued to a piece of cardboard and a Rudi Gopas lost behind a filing cabinet at Dunedin Hospital"...
One that I particularly like is the Shona McFarlane sunflowers, currently in a prominent place on the ground floor.
And there's a lovely little zen garden - visible through glass windows and also from above, that has given me many a moment of peace in contemplating it. But is that art??