Next Episode of GPs: Behind Closed Doors is
Season 4 / Episode 30 and airs on 03 May 2017 19:00
GPs: Behind Closed Doors is a reality series which follows life inside a busy South-west London doctors surgery.
Observational documentary series going behind the scenes at a GP practice. The busy GPs of the Farnham Road Surgery in Slough are faced with a number of potentially life threatening health scares, including six-week-old Hussain, whose parents have noticed a white flash in his left eye.
Observational documentary series. Dr Shazia Javed meets a youngster called Mohammed, but can find no identifiable reason for the boy's high temperature, and the reception team are shocked when a regular patient drives himself to the surgery despite showing signs that he has suffered a stroke.
This special episode focuses on patients with mental health problems who have come to the Farnham Road Surgery.
One of only a few sufferers of Chromosome 3p Deletion, baby Franke has a still-more-rare variant of the genetic disorder.
Observational documentary series. Michael is concerned about his ongoing erectile dysfunction, 8-year-old Logan's mum is worried about potential side effects from his epilepsy treatment, and Jacqueline's high blood pressure needs to be brought under control before she can have a colonoscopy.
Observational documentary series. The patients at Farnham Road Surgery this week are suffering with chronic pain. Joseph who needs painkillers for a bad back but must avoid opiates becuase of his past as a former heroin user. Sean takes warfarin for blood clots, but too much can lead to internal bleeding. Ricky needs knee surgery but is afraid of going under the knife, and Leslie has ended up with bird fancier's lung.
Observational documentary series filmed inside the consulting rooms of a busy NHS general practice in Slough. A patient enters reception with all the signs of suffering a stroke. Other cases include a man suffering trauma after almost losing a leg at work, and three patients with worrying stomach pains.
Observational documentary series filmed inside the consulting rooms of a busy NHS general practice in Slough. Dr Ward treats a victim of a savage attack by a gang. Other patients include a lady with an infected bee sting on her eye, a young man with chronic chest pains, a woman with a history of blood clots and a gout sufferer who has eaten his fill of cherries.
Observational documentary series filmed inside the consulting rooms of a busy NHS general practice in Slough. Patients include a recently released offender with nowhere to go, a man with a virus usually associated with children, and a young woman with a rare form of arthritis.
Observational documentary series filmed inside the consulting rooms of a busy NHS general practice in Slough. 17-year-old Emily has a long history of depression and some degree of psychosis which can cause her to hear voices in her head, and pensioner Patrick's wife Margaret is concerned by her husband's recent behavioral changes and memory loss.
Observational documentary series filmed inside the consulting rooms of a busy NHS general practice in Slough. Alcohol has ruined Gary's life, it has cost him his marriage, his job and his health, but he cannot stop himself downing up to 24 cans of lager a day. Meanwhile, Dr Ranj Kochhar is dealing with a patient who insists his alcohol use is doing him good.
Dr David Ward meets a young man with arthritis and such severe psoriasis that huge amounts of dry skin slough off his legs when he rolls up his trouser leg. A woman trying for a baby seeks advice from Dr Sabina Shaikh about travelling to Mexico, where the zika virus is rife.
8-year-old Marcus suffers with ADHD, a difficult problem to diagnose and treat and one which places an enormous strain on the sufferer and their loved ones. Meanwhile, Dr Ranj Kochhar is treating Adam, a young man whose life is beginning to spiral out of control due to a crack cocaine addiction.
Patients include a young man with suspected leukaemia, a blind man with a family history of heart disease and a chubby baby with an ENT infection.
Patients include a recently released prisoner with heart problems, depression, a cocaine addiction, and a young woman with a rare form of arthritis.
Nurse Julie Swinburne treats a boy who has recently returned from Thailand who she suspects has caught rabies after being bitten by a monkey.
Dr Kwan treats a teenage patient who has decided to stop taking the medication she has been prescribed.
Observational documentary series. Dr Ameet Tailor treats Connor, who suffers from severe acne. Samantha is so nauseous that she cannot keep her pain pills down.
How does cancer affect patients at different stages stages of their lives? The patients are a toddler, a teenager and a pensioner.
Dr Bulger offers some advice to a patient whose blood pressure is high, and Dr Ward treats someone who has consulted 'Dr Google' and come up with a peculiar diagnosis.
Dr Tawana sees a young man with nasty ingrown toenails, and ends up giving him advice about dealing with depression. Other patients include a baby with breathing problems and a boy struggling to pass water.
The staff rally round when receptionist Glenda Purdie is diagnosed with cancer, and reception manager Alison agrees to have her head shorn for charity. For the doctors, a wide range of complaints await their expert eye.
A mum-to-be is worried about severe abdominal pains and that her normally lively baby has stopped moving. Across the corridor, a recent mum is feeling blue.
Eurico acquired 11 broken ribs and multiple injuries from a 50mph motorcycle crash. Gary had his face rebuilt with a bone from his leg.
This week's patients were injured on the job. Despite his electric wheelchair and his wife's stroke, Shahid is remarkably upbeat. Bartosz' bad shoulder is exacerbated by his heavy-lifting warehouse job. Nikkisha fears she may have cancer after waking up to blood. Peter has an impressive hernia.
Cases include an elderly patient with suspected skin cancer, a severely depressed woman who is self-harming, and a baby with gastroenteritis.
Two consultations take surprising turns - a young man who has been coughing up blood confesses to smoking cannabis to combat loneliness and depression, and an older lady breaks down and admits that her headaches are caused by her neglecting her health to help a bereaved friend.
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