Lolita Flores and Elena Furiase joined the cast of the series of 1 'Centro medico', produced by Zebra Productions, Izen group.
Lolita Flores will interpret Manuela, a nurse who comes from another hospital to learn about the operation of the center and its camera systems. Elena Furiase, meanwhile, will be a new doctor, Eva Soria, who after a difficult stage in her life will arrive at the medical center to do the MIR as internist.
In its 900 chapters, the docufiction has shown its clear vocation of public service, with a combination of entertainment and rigorous health information.
In the presentation of their characters to the media, in a break from filming, both have considered it a pleasure and great fun to work together. Lolita Flores wanted to highlight the value of 'Centro medico': "I think that this series should be given the important it has, a great job is done here, with all the veracity of the medical advice. The sets are original and an environment like this it helps you to believe what you are doing".
Elena Furiase explained that "the series is great for many reasons, it makes you improvise and be very alert. Actors always take something home from their roles, with this one, I will not become a doctor, but I will be closer to this profession ".
For the director of Cinema and Fiction of TVE, Fernando López Puig, the incorporation of Lolita Flores and Elena Furiase is the best way to celebrate the 900 episodes that the series is about to complete. "It is very important for RTVE to have the courage and talent of both actresses", he pointed out, and added that this docufiction is "very important for TVE, one of its great values is the vocation for public service ".
José Velasco, executive producer of Zebra, producciones, explained that from the beginning they loved the idea of Lolita Flores and Elena Furiase working together. "We wanted to magnify the series, give it power." "The series started very humbly and we are already in the third year; what gives us more pride. We have managed to make public service and make people learn how you can save a life, avoid disease or improve health. "