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‘HONOURED’: Watford General Hospital delighted to welcome TV broadcaster for newest series

 Published on: 26th January 2024   |   By: Panayiota Demosthenous   |   Category: Uncategorized

Watford General Hospital is thrilled to be welcoming TV personality Emma Willis for her award-winning documentary series.

West Herts Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (WHTH) announced it is collaborating with Emma and Firecracker Films for the fourth instalment of the  UKTV Original series Emma Willis: Delivering Babies.

The hit show has seen Emma training as a maternity care assistant alongside the maternity care teams at Princess Alexandra Hospital’s busy maternity ward. She will now head to Watford General Hospital for the show’s fourth season.

WHTH chief nurse Kelly McGovern said: “We are honoured to have Emma Willis join us to highlight the exceptional dedication of maternity staff across the trust and the compassionate care they provide to parents and new-borns.

“We look forward to sharing our unique story with a wider audience, showcasing the remarkable moments that unfold within the heart of our maternity ward and the care we provide in the community.”

Emma said: “It feels great to be returning to the maternity ward as maternity support worker. I have a nervous excitement about continuing my training at a brand-new hospital, which means a totally new ward and team to learn from and work alongside.

“It’s always an honour and privilege to gain an insight into the incredible role maternity care teams play in such an emotional and vulnerable time for expectant parents.”

If you are an expectant parent due to give birth during the filming period and are interested in taking part, please contact the production team at Firecracker Films on 07984 033561 or email

Photo credit: West Herts Teaching Hospitals Charity

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