The heartbeat of a hospital
Washington Post, June 23, 2008
"Hopkins," a follow-up to the acclaimed "Hopkins 24/7" from 2000, takes television viewers inside the Baltimore hospital. Johns Hopkins Hospital officials said after the mostly positive feedback they received following the first documentary they had few reservations about opening their corridors for a second time. Executive producer Terence Wrong, who also produced the first documentary, said he wanted to revisit Hopkins because of changes that had taken place since the first series. More women and international staff members and improved technology were some of the changes that Wrong wanted to explore in the new series.
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