The NHS Nightingale Hospital was formally opened at the ExCel centre last Friday by the Prince of Wales.
Prince Charles did not formally attend the opening of the health care centre and spoke via video-link from Balmoral.
The facility, named after nursing pioneer Florence Nightingale and will have up to 16,000 staff.
The hospital is split into more than 80 wards containing 42 beds each, the facility will be used to treat Covid-19 patients who have been transferred from other intensive care units across London.
It was set up by NHS contractors in just over a week with the assistance of around 200 military personnel.