Big NHS Christmas Quiz Answers Revealed!

We hope you had as much fun playing the ‘Big NHS Christmas Quiz’ as we did making it.

Have you been itching to know which answers you got correct? Well, we couldn’t hold out on you for much longer.

Here are the answers to all of the questions in the Big NHS Christmas Quiz:

Q1: These three famous nurses all did great things for nursing and healthcare. Which one didn’t go to the Crimean War – Florence Nightingale, Edith Cavell or Mary Seacole?

A: Edith Cavell

Q2: True or false – The NHS was born in 1947.

A: False (the year was 1948)

Q3: Smoking in England was banned in restaurants, pubs and other public places, in what year?

A: 2007

Q4: Which fictional doctor played the character Doug Ross in a popular television programme?

A: George Clooney

Q5: What year was Louise Brown, the world’s first test tube baby, born?

A: 1978

Q6: How many times a year does the average patient visit their doctor?

A: 5

Q7: What is this piece of equipment called?

A: Laryngeal Mask Airway

Q8: The UK’s largest specialist cardiothoracic hospital is called?

A: Papworth Hospital

Q9: Who is the CEO of NHS England?

A: Simon Stevens

Q10: True or false – It’s free to register for your NHS discounts with Health Service Discounts.

A: True

What score did you get in The Big NHS Christmas Quiz?

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