GPs Behind Closed Doors: Praise for profession after TV documentary

The latest series of the fly-on-the-wall TV documentary GPs Behind Closed Doors has won public praise for the profession and primary care teams.

The third series, now running on Channel 5, follows the daily life of the Balham Park Surgery in west London, providing a unique insight into the GP consulting room.

Viewers took to social media to voice their support for GP services and we have compiled a selection of the posts below. You can catch up with the series online - please let us know your views by tweeting us at @gponlinenews.

Pictured from left to right are some of the GPs featured in the series: Dr Heather Watson, Dr Sian Morris, Dr Sarah Glynne and Dr Previna Chana.

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