Viewers were outraged by the new series of the BBC hospital last night when it revealed the status of a deteriorating hospital in Liverpool.
The Royal Liverpool Hospital has invaded 10 times last year, while a brand new one is empty and unfinished only three kilometers away.
People watching the program took on Twitter to rage the government for letting staff and patients suffer in outdated facilities.
They praised the NHS staff who worked in the poor conditions, defining the "excruciating" situation & # 39; and & # 39; disgusting & wondering, & # 39; What is this government playing? & # 39;
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The first episode of the fourth series of Hospital on BBC Two at 9:00 pm last night.
He showed or the history of the Royal Liverpool Hospital staff, who was left to work in a rundown hospital while a new, state of the art one stands empty nearby.
Built partly with permanently lit lights and people employed to operate the faucets, the new structure was abandoned after the failure of the Government contract in 2018.
The £ 335 million building can not be used because the construction is not finished, but the staff must be used to turn on its 4,000 taps to stop the accumulation of bacteria.
And the lights can not be turned off because the electrical installation is incomplete and the guarantees on the new equipment are fast expiring
Meanwhile, patients continue to be treated at the Royal Liverpool, where plumbing problems mean that the staff is forced to work in the puddles when it floods regularly.
Leading the office on Twitter was the Labor Party's shadow health secretary, Jonathan Ashworth,
"The hospital once again awakens the reality of pressure on the front line of the NHS", he wrote.
"Shocking to see the hospital flooded and learning the shameful impact of the Carillion mess #BuildOurRLH.
A user known only as Hurst said:" The government should be ashamed of the state it is in the Royal Liverpool. They should be ashamed of the whole situation with Carillion. "
And Janine Davies added:" What is this government playing, why they can not intervene and help the national health service?
The shadow worker health secretary, Jonathan Ashworth, said that the collapse of the government contractor had a "shameful impact" on the health service
The Twitter user Hurst said" the government should be ashamed "of what happened to the Liverpool hospitals after the collapse of Carillion
Janine Davies said:" What does this government play because they can not intervene and help the national health service? " It was among the viewers worried that the health of the patients was risked using old implants
"A brand new hospital building was empty while the hospital next door was inundated and put people's lives at risk. #toriesout #NHSfailing. It's heartbreaking. "
Although a new construction company has been named to end the construction of the new Liverpool hospital, it is not likely to be over until next year.
And, due to the collapse of Commissioner Carillion in January last year, the project should cost an extra £ 100 million.
& # 39; SOBBING AT THE HISTORY OF CHARLIE & # 39;: TODDLER & # 39; S BRAIN TUMOR TUGS VIEWERS & # 39; HEARTSTRINGS
Spectators watching the BBC hospital last night, in addition to being outraged by the deteriorating hospital status, had an excitement for a three-year-old at the nearby Alder Hey Children & # 39; s. Liverpool Hospital
Charlie was doing brain surgery to try to remove an aggressive tumor
neurosurgeon Conor Mallucci explained to Charlie's parents, John and Nici, that their son's cancer was spreading rapidly and he needed to operate swiftly mind.
Charlie three-year-old had a high-risk brain surgery at Liverpool's Alder Hey Children hospital to remove a tumor so you can have proton beam therapy in Germany
Charlie's intervention, to remove a rare form of cancer the brain called ependymoma was ultimately a success and meant that he had qualified for the NHS to send him to Germany to have the pioneering and potentially life-saving therapy of the proton beam.
Viewers admitted they stood up looking at his story and the NHS confirmed he's recovering well since the documentary was filmed.
ITV journalist Elaine Willcox said she was "sobbing" in Charlie's story " , echoing the emotions of many spectators who were happy to see his surgery was a success
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said the Royal Liverpool's decay conditions make him feel "physically ill."
The BBC documentary showed how a flooding incident last year was followed the next day by an electrical failure that caused the malady operation of medical equipment.
The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals Trust, which runs the hospital, insisted that the incidents were not connected.
Twitter user Kevin Pascoe said: "The hospital is an absolutely fantastic TV, but underlines the obscenity of Carilion that leaves a desperate need for £ 330 million of new half hospital built … How can ex-directors sleep at night?
Penny Bee was one of many Twitter users praising the NHS workers for the soldier through the flooded corridors of the Royal Liverpool Hospital and the overloaded A & E department
Kri John Gibbs echoed the feelings of people who compliment the hospital staff, saying that doctors and nurses are "absolute heroes" and have said that the NHS should not be privatized
Beyond to criticize the government and Carillion, viewers also praised the NHS staff who worked at the Royal Liverpool.
the documentary showed them dealing with flooded corridors and an overloaded A & E department.
Penny Burnard said on Twitter: "The flood is terrible – but look at the staff wearing only the boots and continue to use it, no one who has a mop and is coming out".
And Kristianne Gibbs added: "Anyone who believes that the NHS should be privatized must look to the hospital to realize how fortunate we are to have free health care, doctors and nurses are absolute [heroes]. "
The hospital continues next Thursday at 21:00 on BBC Two.