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BBC1 new series: taking children to A&E by emergency transport services

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An eight part series about the life-saving work of the Children’s Acute Transport Service (CATS) will be aired on BBC1 starting the 4th of May.

Showcasing the transport service’s efforts by road, plane and helicoper units, Children’s Emergency will portray how the dedicated and skilled paedeatric transport teams safely take critically ill children to the UK’s specialist hospitals. The highly specialised team operates day and night to make sure that the sickest children in Britain get the treatment they need, no matter where they might be. The series will include exceptional episodes transporting patients to the well-known Royal Brompton Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and St Mary’s Hospital in London.

 

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First 6 episodes

Date: 4 May until 8 June 2010

Time: 22.35  

Final two episodes

Date: Wednesday, 16 and 23 June =010

Time: 22.45

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