Today sees the return of the series that offers a 'bed's-eye view' of the experiences of NHS patients around the country
Today sees the return of the series that offers a ‘bed’s-eye view’ of the experiences of NHS patients around the country.
In Barnsley A&E, Michelle has been admitted having suffered a second stroke at the age of 42.
In a day surgery unit in Birmingham, 25-year-old Sophie is having an operation to save her finger after being attacked by a dog while out delivering leaflets.
And in Leeds, keen dancer Anna, 14, is about to find out whether a procedure to straighten her leg has been successful.
With the pressure on beds greater than ever, it’s a timely reminder of the amazing work that goes on in our over-stretched NHS hospitals. Continues weekdays.