QE hospital hitting our screens next week

QE hospital hitting our screens next week

Published by Grace Mcgachy
5:27am 15th May 2019.

How you can see inside a QE operating room without going under the knife.

Our King's Lynn hospital is going to feature a new tv show next week.

Inside the Operating Theatre gives a unique view into what happens behind the scenes.



Viewers will be able to follow the patients’ journeys as they are treated by the surgical teams thanks to specially rigged cameras.

The friendly team of Surgeons, Nurses and Operating Department Practitioners are introduced in the first episode.

It also charts three patients who have come into the hospital for life-changing surgery.

Caroline Shaw at the QEH


Chief Executive Caroline Shaw said:

“We know that our staff make a big difference every day to patients and now everyone will be able to see thanks to the Inside the Operating Theatre show.

I would like to say a big thank you to UKTV and Brown Bob Productions for coming into the Trust to show the good work which takes place here.”

It's airing on Channel W on Tuesday, 21 May, at 10pm.

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