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The former Love Island star spoke to staff at Lewisham Hospital in south-east London about the pressures of working in the A&E department and treating Covid-19 patients.
In one part of the video, Dr Alex interviews an A&E consultant who speaks about the high number of patients coming into the hospital for treatment compared the low numbers leaving.
Dr Alex also discusses staff morale. He says: "There's a limited number of space we've got a limited capacity we've got a limited number of doctors and nurses we can't magic that out of thin air. We're all doing our our best and I think I found it a bit hard sometimes when you feel like 'wow this is borderline getting to the point where we can't take any more.
"You don't want to see a situation where at one point, you know, the other week we had patients queuing up in the ambulances. You know people waiting the ambulances to come in and that's something that's happening around the country, that's not just here, that's everywhere. But no one wants to see that. We don't want to see that."
Dr Alex has posted several videos about his experiences working on the front line throughout the pandemic.
One person commented: "You need to be nominated and receive an Honour. (As well as recognition of course of healthcare workers). The person you have been throughout this year has been nothing short of incredible. You are a true role model for youngsters, making the most of your position and raising awareness for all the right reasons. I genuinely believe you deserve recognition for what you have done."
Another added: "Brought tears to my eyes watching this. Not only is he struggling in his personal life with the loss of his brother, but then he goes to work on the frontline and sees things that is so so sad. A true inspiration Dr Alex George."
A third said: "Just absolutely incredible, I think to anyone who has any doubts or concerns about COVID should watch this, you guys are absolutely absolutely incredible! How you help everyone and the care is just so moving to see!"
At the start of the video he briefly discussed missing his brother, who passed away last year.
Dr Alex had taken to his Instagram page in July, to tell his followers that his brother had tragically passed away.
At the time, he wrote: "I can't believe I am actually writing this post. I have lost my beautiful little brother to mental health.
"I love you so much Llŷr. The kindest and most caring soul. I was so proud of you starting medical school next month, you would have been the most incredible doctor."
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