March 23rd, 2018
The third series of BBC2’s Hospital — featuring Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham — started being broadcast by the BBC from Monday 26 March.
The documentary series aims to tell the story of the health service through filming completed in January and February 2018, during the worst winter for the NHS on record.
In first episode, Hospital examines the winter crisis, focusing on the front door of the hospital (the Emergency Department) and the back door (complex discharges) and assessing the impact of the unprecedented demand during January 2018 for these services.
The six-part series was filmed with our partner, NUH, at the City Hospital and Queen’s Medical Centre sites. Each episode is 59 minutes long.
Hospital will run on BBC2 on the following days and times:
Tags: BBC Hospital, Hospital, NHS, NUH, QMC, Queen’s Medical Centre
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