Part one of three from this full length television programme.
Part two of three from this full length television programme.
Part three of three from this full length television programme.
The credits for this television programme.
“Real patients, real drama: real emergencies.” This 2007 series goes behind the scenes of the Emergency Department at Wellington Hospital, focusing on the medical staff who treat patients in most urgent need of treatment. In this opening episode, a zookeeper is mauled by a lion, an infant fights for his life, and a patient has chopped his basil too finely. Produced by Greenstone productions (The Zoo, Border Patrol) the 12-part series won the Best Observational Reality Award at the 2007 Qantas Television Awards.
To me it doesn't make any difference if he's been mauled by a lion, fallen off a scaffold or been hit by a car.– An A&E doctor on his speciality