Tagged: 24 Hours A&E
In this week’s episode on Channel 4 (aired on Wednesday 9pm) two little girls and an elderly gentleman requiring much needed treatment from our A&E team, including Simon, the nurse. Simon has made his first appearance in series 8 and is a turning into quite a TV star already!
News & events | 2 Dec 2015 | Tags: #24HrsAE 24 Hours A&E 24 hours in A&E consent process consultant in adult & paediatric emergency medicine emergency medicine consultant film crews Garden Productions head of communications Louise Halfpenny NHS Providers NHS Providers 2015 NHS Providers conference quality care Rhys Beynon television documentary Will Glazebrook
Earlier this month, we had a stand at NHS Providers conference in Birmingham to showcase the work related to ‘24 Hours in A&E’ and how this had had an impact on the quality of care. It was a great opportunity to share our experience with other providers – why and how we managed the process of allowing film crews into our busiest department – managing the consent process, address quality of care and why we did it.
We are back for another 60-minutes of A&E drama this Thursday at 9pm on Channel 4. In this week’s episode an orthopaedic registrar Arash and a surgical advanced nurse practitioner Terry will be treating a critically injured crushed victim.
The nation’s favourite medical documentary series continues tomorrow (24th November 2015) on Channel 4 at 9pm. In this week’s programme a young boy faces losing a finger.
18-month-old Daisy arrives at St George’s by air ambulance. The accident happened at her family’s stables in Surrey and mum Georgie was so shocked she fainted at the scene. Daisy’s dad Louis is near St George’s when he hears about the accident and actually sees the helicopter touch down.
The RTS award-winning documentary series continues. 19-year-old motorcyclist Sam is airlifted to St George’s after crashing into a bus and being thrown under a car leaving him bent double.
The RTS award-winning documentary series returns for a tenth series following patients treated in the same 24 hour period at St George’s. The hospital has one of the most advanced and busiest A&E departments in the world. It’s somewhere that stories of life, love and loss unfold every day.