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Indian Hospital Revisited

In Pictures: Indian Hospital Revisited

We go behind the scenes to revisit medics and patients at the Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital in Bangalore.

Last updated: 09 Mar 2014 11:16
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In 2012, our documentary series Indian Hospital sought to shine a light on Indian society as it is rarely seen.

Through the story of a unique experiment in healthcare at the Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital Complex in Bangalore - a hospital that aims to treat anybody who walks through its doors, whether rich or poor - we told of a microcosm of modern Indian life in all its fascinating and myriad variety.

Two years later, we revisit the doctors, nurses, patients and families we met the first time around. In Indian Hospital Revisited, we once again share their stories.

Indian Hospital Revisited, a special two-part interactive addition to our original series, can be seen on March 13 and March 20, 2014, at the following times GMT: Thursday: 2000; Friday: 1200; Saturday: 0100; Sunday: 0600; Monday: 2000; Tuesday: 1200; Wednesday: 0100

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