Since the beginning of the year one thing has been decided: Carola Holzner, alias Doc Carol , and Sat.1 go together. So far it was only unclear what role the emergency doctor had Duisburg will play at the TV station.
After various expert appearances, Sat.1 now has the plan Doc Carol released. Viewers can now look forward to a whole new series – and a special program with Karl Lauterbach.
Doc Caro from Duisburg goes on the air on Sat.1
“Doc Caro – Operation with Heart” is the title of the six-part series of reports for which Sat.1 accompanied the emergency doctor for a year.
The viewers can expect first-hand insights into the everyday work of the native of Mülheim – and it has it all. After all, Doc Caro is in the emergency room, on emergency missions and in the rescue helicopter.
This is Doc Carol:
- Carola Holzner was born in Mülheim an der Ruhr in 1982
- Specialist in anesthesia, intensive care medicine and emergency medicine
- She became known as a senior doctor at the University Hospital in Essen through a documentary and then through her social media activities
- Since the corona pandemic, Holzner has made numerous appearances on television and radio
- In 2021 she moved to the Helios Klinikum in Duisburg
Doc Caro at Sat.1: These are the broadcast dates
Before the actual series of reports starts on October 6 (8:15 p.m.), the format will start on Thursday (September 29, 8:15 p.m.) with a special talk.
At the “Sat.1 Special – Hospitals at the Limit”, Doc Caro discussed the current situation in the clinics and the working conditions of the medical staff with Health Minister Karl Lauterbach, intensive care nurse Ricardo Lange and other guests. The moderator of the show is Matthias Killing.
“The clapping has died down, but the issue of the nursing shortage is more acute than ever,” explains Sat.1 editor-in-chief Juliane Eßling.
More about Doc Caro:
Together with Doc Caro, the broadcaster decided to accompany the report with a talk. “We show emotional encounters and exciting cases from the first episode and discuss questions like: What is politics doing with guests and those affected? How bad is it really in the clinics? And how can the nursing profession become more attractive again?” says Juliane Eßling.
Viewers can follow the programs on both Sat.1 and Joyn.