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Emergency Room: Life+Death at VGH

Documentary chronicling busy urban emergency room

Emergency Room: Life + Death at VGH, is a blood-and-guts, behind-the-scenes documentary series about Vancouver General Hospital’s Emergency Room, revealing the horror, humour, and humanity that unfold daily in the treatment rooms and trauma bays of the city’s busiest emergency room. Every day is critical.

Lark Productions Inc.

Vancouver-based Lark Productions is an award-winning boutique television production company. Established in 2010, Lark develops and produces thought-provoking scripted and unscripted content that partners and travels internationally. The company also enjoys a distribution and development deal with NBCUniversal International. Lark’s productions include CSA-nominated Motive (CTV, USA Network), the hit formats The Real Housewives of Toronto (Slice) and The Real Housewives of Vancouver (Slice), Crash Gallery (CBC), Emergency Room: Life + Death at VGH (Knowledge Network, Discovery Fit), and High Moon (SYFY).  info@larkproductions.ca

Project Details

Release Date January 1, 2016
Content Component(s) TV series, Website
Episode(s) 8 x 60 mins
Genre(s) Documentary
Language(s) English
Target Audience(s) Adults
Health & Wellness Subject Area(s) Clinical Care
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