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New Irish hospital documentary series being filmed

The new documentary series has been commissioned by RTÉ and is primed to be broadcast in October.

Ms Carrie Nathan of Independent Pictures told the Medical Independent (MI) the series is largely focused on trauma but may bring in other aspects of care. Filming commenced recently, with the involvement of four hospitals in Dublin: Beaumont Hospital, St Vincent’s University Hospital, the Mater Hospital and Tallaght Hospital.

The Keeping Ireland Alive series ran over five parts and garnered highly positive comments and reviews from healthcare professionals, as well as TV review columnists and on social media.

It involved 75 camera crews being sent to 70 locations nationwide, with filming carried out over a 24-hour period. According to RTÉ, crews were given access to all aspects of the health service, with the co-operation of the HSE, hospitals and community services throughout the country. 

  1. John Brandon on July 29, 2017 at 9:15 pm

    If you believe that you are a patient that has been filmed in the new series by Independent Pictures that is primed to be shown on RTE in October and do not want your identity revealed will an assurance be given now that your facial image will be pixelated

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