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Filmed over six weeks during the past three months, Hospital is the story of the NHS in unprecedented times.Edited and broadcast within weeks of filming, this timely six part series for BBC Two will capture the day-to-day realities facing the NHS right now.With exceptional access to one of the UK's biggest and busiest NHS Trusts, Hospital will bring audiences intensely close to the issues and challenges that continually dominate the headlines.Each episode will show with exceptional candour the ever-increasing demands on the NHS's services, from intricate and morally complex medical ethics to health tourism; from A&E overcrowding to cancelled operations.Shown from multiple perspectives and for the first time, the audience will see the extraordinary dilemmas and decision-making which happen every day for the consultants, surgeons and bed managers, all of which have profound consequences for patients and treatments.Crews shot across five hospitals in Imperial College Healthcare Trust London to understand the complex decision making and the impact each one can have, following the key decision makers as they attempt to care for nearly 20,000 people every week. But standing in their way are limited resources, an increasing number of emergency patients and a clock that never stops ticking. Produced in partnership with The Open University.
With a UK lockdown baby boom, this episode follows University Hospital Coventry's maternity and specialist research unit as it deals with the more complex and high-risk pregnancies.
At Coventry's University Hospital, Critical Care is at full capacity, and two neurosurgeons must find a solution to treat both of their patients with only one bed available.
As lockdown beings to ease, the Emergency Department at University Hospital, Coventry is experiencing a 30% increase in patients presenting with mental health concerns.
After a year on hold, Plastic Surgery can finally tackle its backlog. But with NHS restoration funding unclear, difficult decisions must be made over the investment in robotic surgery.
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