Disney Channel series inspired by real life EMT squads staffed by high school students. It follows the adventures of four high school students who volunteer part-time as EMTs so they work ...
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Disney Channel series inspired by real life EMT squads staffed by high school students. It follows the adventures of four high school students who volunteer part-time as EMTs so they work towards a medical career. The live-action dramatic series follows the lives of four such teens as they strive to balance the responsibility of saving lives with the everyday, adolescent demands of family, friends and school.Written by
This show has a good story line, but is a bit realistic in some aspects. For example, technically, an EMT-B, which Disney characterized these characters as being, cannot administer medication, defibrillation (clear...shocking!), or other items that they do on the show. Despite that, which really isn't important, this show is entertaining, funny, and even in its own way, informative. In my opinion, the general age group that will enjoy the program at its best is 12 to 17, but don't go by me, check it out for yourself anyway! Its a good show, with a good "helping people and promoting international goodwill" story line.
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