Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital returns to TV screens
The workings of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow will return to the spotlight when TV series "Scotland's Superhospital" airs.
Since opening in 2015, there have been criticisms of long waiting times in A&E and concerns over staffing levels.
The medical director of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has apologised to patients who have experienced problems.
BBC Scotland's health correspondent Lisa Summers reports.
- From the section Scotland