Rosie Marcel has revealed that she had to be rushed to the hospital emergency room this week to undergo surgery.
On her Instagram on Thursday, the actress, 44, shared a series of photos from her hospital bed, including one of her lying there while attached to cables.
Rosie, who is famous for her role as Jac Naylor on Holby City and its sister series Casualty, also used the moment to praise the National Health Service for your wonderful care of her.
Hospital dash: Rosie Marcel has revealed she had to be rushed to the hospital ER this week for surgery (pictured as Jac Naylor in Holby City)
Captioning the snap, she wrote: “Ended up in the old ER the other night.
‘Stoke Mandeville is my new local hospital and they were great. The ambulance team was amazing too.
‘I had surgery the next day and went home shortly after that. Very very grateful to the nhs for taking care of me and treating me quickly. #fentanyl #morphine everything good!!! #nhs’.
Upset: On her Instagram on Thursday, the actress, 44, shared a photo of herself lying in her hospital bed, looking unwell
Grateful: Rosie, who is famous for her role as Jac Naylor on Holby City and its sister series Casualty, took the time to commend the NHS for their wonderful care of her
Her followers rushed to the comments to give her their well wishes and point out the obvious irony of the star ending up in hospital.
One joked: “Do you understand any of the terminology now after being the best cardiothoracic surgeon in the world before?”
Another chimed in to add: ‘Hope you get better soon. I bet you get some funny reactions when they see ‘Jac Naylor’ rock out.’
Emergency: Captioning the snap, he wrote: “I ended up in the old ER the other night.”
Holby City fans were devastated in March when the Casualty spin-off came to a dramatic conclusion in the final episode after 23 years in the making. BBC.
The finale of the medical drama focused on Rosie’s character, Jac, after she woke up from a life-or-death operation led by Elliot Hope (Paul Bradley) and the team to remove her brain tumor.
Jac asked Adrian ‘Fletch’ Fletcher (Alex Walkinshaw) to write him a DNR, even though Elliot told the team that he wanted to do another operation.
‘The Good’: He added: ‘I had surgery the next day and went home shortly after. Very very grateful to the nhs for taking care of me and treating me quickly. #fentanyl #morphine everything good!!! #nhs’
Fletch said, “I just hate the idea of you giving up,” and Jac replied, “Let me tell you about giving up.” Letting this thing take over. Clear my mind. Leaving me delusional and doubly incontinent, that’s giving up.
‘I’ve never been clearer about anything in my life. Please do this for me.
Shortly after, Jac suffered a stroke and was left without a brain, forcing Fletch to tell Elliot, Sacha Levy (Bob Barrett), and Max McGerry (Jo Martin) about the early decision to refuse treatment (ADRT).
Ironic: Her followers rushed to the comments to give her their well wishes and point out the obvious irony that the star ended up in hospital
Fletch explained, “She said if something like that happened, I think she knew something like that was coming and she made up her mind.”
Elliot said, ‘It’s Jac’s call. We may not like it, but we have to respect it.’
It was then revealed that Jac had donated her organs to patients in need, including a medical student, a full-time mother of four, and Lexy Morrell, who received her heart.
In the final moments, Jac’s voice could be heard in the background saying, ‘It took me a long time to find a place where I belonged, a place to call home.
“It wasn’t with my mother or the caretakers that he left me when he walked out of my life, it certainly wasn’t with any man, it was when I first walked into a theatre.” I knew then that one day I had found my place in the world, a place where I belonged.
‘This is what the NHS means to us, not a cabinet minister’s lapel pin, not a number on the side of a bus, it’s a nurse missing her break to sit with a lonely patient, a surgeon working in a 15 hour job. op, the sound of sirens coming to the rescue, Thursday night applause echoing off the rooftops, we are all doing the best we can under impossible circumstances. It’s something to believe in, it’s home.
Emotional Ending: The ending to the medical drama focused on Rosie’s character, Jac, after she woke up from a life-and-death operation led by Elliot Hope (Paul Bradley) and the team to remove her brain tumor.