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Now that General Hospital has faded from view and Grey's Anatomy seems to be finishing up and Nurse Jackie is more concerned with drug addiction than patient care in the ER, in flies NIGHT SHIFT - only one shift to deal with and of course that is when all manner of patients filter through from tree limbs penetrating chests, to near decapitation in a child, to addicts on the prowl for drugs, to emergency heart transplant (!) and on and on. The novelty? A group of Army doctors return to work on the night shift at a hospital in San Antonio. Mixed in with this crew is a young very nervous new doc (Robert Bailey, Jr) who cowers at his assignments of checking a group of senior citizens for STDs, the macho war vet Dr.TC (Eoin Macken) who has a history with the new lead physician Dr. Jordan Alexander (Jill Flint), a female shrink (Daniela Alonzo), an in-the-process-of-going-blind cost conscious CEO (Freddy Rodríguez), the requisite closeted gay army medic (Brendan Fehr), Asian medic (Ken Leung), and African American Medic (JR Lemon) and on it goes.
It is a handsome cast but the medical aspects of what goes on in an ER border on blatant malpractice (open chests without prep or masks, lack of hair coverage for sterile procedures etc). Even more gruesome are the incidents that stretch credibility to the extreme. It will be interesting to see if this show goes beyond its first season - if it makes it that long. Time for some input from medical advisors if the public, after watching this, even dares visits ERs at night!
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