Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas: A 23-year-old man has been stabbed in the chest; A man has accidentally chopped off the tips of two fingers of his right hand; A 20-year-old man has a head ...
University of Oklahoma Medical Center, Oklahoma City: A ten-year-old boy is hit by a car; A car crash leaves a 16-year-old in a coma; An Air Force sergeant is shot in the head; A man awaiting heart ...
This action-packed police show follows real-life law enforcement officers from various regions and departments of the United States armed with nothing but with a television camera to ... See full summary »
Eight years after ABC News aired "Hopkins 24/7," its cameras return to Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Hospital for a new six-part documentary about the lives of the caregivers on its staff, and the patients who come through its doors.
If you want to know what 'ER' should *really* be like, take a look at this show. Despite the fact that the only other review on IMDb gave it a poor rating, the guy was obviously not paying attention to the fact THAT IT IS REAL. It's a REAL LIFE DOCUMENTARY. IT'S NOT A DRAMA SERIES. Everything you see on this show is not staged or scripted. Every person on camera lives, breathes and works in their profession. They're not actors, that's not fake blood and those are real screams of pain.
As a medical professional, I can honestly say that this is the show to watch, especially if you're tired of the medical dramas out there. The fact that it's real puts it on a level far above ER. Don't knock it until you've seen it.
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