Finding birth, death and true equality in NHS waiting rooms

By Brennavan Sritharan

On average, a new patient arrives through the swinging doors of the Accident and Emergency department at the Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport every six minutes, every single day of the year.

Sam Peat, a graduate at the University of South Wales’ highly rated documentary photography course, spent months in Gwent’s A&E, capturing in colour the people who wait in those long, institutional hallways and, in intense monochrome, some of the situations and casualties they deal with.

The project, says Peat, aims to explore the challenges facing the NHS. “Sometimes people would stop me in the corridors and ask …read more

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