NHS and Health Services

Deadline Digital are experts when it comes to the health sector.

Whether it’s the NHS or private sector, a medical procedure or a senior management conference, Deadline Digital is able to provide the best possible service at the most competitive price. Among the types of films we have been commissioned to produce are video news releases, conference coverage, staff engagement video podcasts, promotional films and information videos. And Deadline Digital’s knowledge of emerging technologies means our clients can choose to receive their videos in whatever format they choose – be that for web, TV, DVD or mobile devices.

Deadline Digital works closely with a number of NHS Trusts, is familiar with NHS branding guidelines and, our knowledge and understanding of the NHS means we can either work independently, where our clients face time constraints and prefer not to have to oversee filming, or with supervision.

The first example featured below was completed in August 2018 to promote and inform service users about the range of maternity services available at Royal Oldham Hospital in Greater Manchester.

The second was commissioned by NHS England to celebrate their 70 years. This poignant video poem recognises the significance of General Practice Nurses within the NHS and across Yorkshire and the Humber. Eight different  General Practices took part in this incredible project.

Both videos highlight Deadline Digital’s ability to edit footage in a powerful and cinematic manner to convey clients’ messages. Mixed with high quality DSLR footage, the smooth movements of our DJI Osmo camera gives an energetic feeling to the videos and capture viewers’ attention.


"Huge thanks to Deadline Digital for our amazing drone video. It was really super to work with you and your team throughout the filming process and the film was a fantastic way to set the mood for the event and kick start our open evening event. We were thrilled with the spontaneous round of applause at the end- we've ever experienced it before at an event like this."

Kate Davies, Principal, Darton College