People's History of the NHS


NHS gives BBC exclusive access to A&E

Welcome to the Royal Blackburn Hospital - which was once in special measures but is now rated good. Its A&E department receives more ambulances than any other in the north west of England. Ed Thomas has been speaking to staff and the patients they treat. Correspondent: Ed Thomas; Producer & Director: Noel Titheradge; Camera: Steve Fildes; Edited by Ed Ram.


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