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The Doctors (2008)

A panel of top medical professionals includes emergency room physician Travis Stork, pediatrician Jim Sears and plastic surgeon Andrew Ordon. The specialists weigh in on health issues raised by their guests as well as questions from viewers at home.


Triage

Triage follows two women's lives during three distinct periods: in 2008, when they're surgery interns at Stanford and in 2018 and 2028, as they explore cutting-edge medical techniques, and face both professional and personal challenges. But despite many obstacles, their epic friendship is the one constant in each other's lives they can count on.


Drugged

Uses visual effects and CGI to take the viewer on a trip through the human body. Using testimony from those who enjoy using the drugs, and those who have been addicted, the show offers an insight into the realities of these drugs.


Vanderbilt MDs

This docu-drama puts the lives of seven medical residents under the microscope as they sweat it out on the frontlines of Vanderbilt University Medical Center. No amount of schooling can prepare them for what lies ahead - both personally and professionally. Cameras will follow their every move, while these rookies live and work together. From high stakes emergencies to rivalries and romances, this dramatic series explores trying to balance a job saving lives, while still maintaining a life of their own.


It's Okay, It's Love

Jang Jae Yul is a famous mystery novelist and popular radio DJ who suffers from OCD. When he meets Ji Hae Soo, a first-year psychiatry fellow at the hospital where he is being treated, they help each other work through their deep-rooted emotional issues. But how will Jo Dong Min, Hae Soo's senior colleague and first love, and Lee Pul Ip, Jae Yul's girlfriend, feel about their growing closeness?


Junior Doctors - Your Life In Their Hands

This is a documentary series which follows the fortunes of seven newly qualified junior doctors as they leave behind five years of medical study and start their first jobs as qualified doctors.


McCallum
ITV,

1995

| Drama, Medical
Rating: 2/5

Gritty and realistic, McCallum stars John Hannah as forensic pathologist Dr. Iain McCallum. Working in the morgue of St. Patrick's Hospital in London's East End, McCallum and his colleagues find and interpret forensic evidence, using their skills to ensure that the guilty are punished and the innocent go free. Driven in part by his own demons, and caught between budget constraints and demands by the police for quick answers, McCallum often finds himself launching his own independent investigation into the lives of the deceased.


Knifeman

The show is set in 18th Century London. It tells the story of a charming, arrogant, decorum-breaking genius who challenges societal norms to transform his visions into cutting-edge discoveries. A surgeon or "barber" in a time when blood-letting and praying was the norm, John Tattersal is a hard drinking, hard living man not afraid to push the boundaries of modern medicine, even if it takes digging up a few graves to do it. While he makes his living running an unlicensed operating theatre out of his residence, he picks up extra cash harvesting organs for his brother Julian, favorite son and prized physician of the St. Stephen's teaching hospital.


Trauma: Seconds to Live

The show explores the life-and-death decisions facing doctors in the first critical hour of emergency care. Each one-hour episode features at least three cases, including: a doctor who performs open-heart surgery in the street on a woman in cardiac arrest; an 11-year-old who goes mysteriously blind after being hit by a car; a tree-trimmer who falls 20 feet onto concrete; a motorcyclist who is bleeding to death after a crash; a 77-year-old woman who presents at the hospital with a suspected stroke; and many more critical medical emergencies.


Aloha Vet

Dr. Scott Sims is one of Hawaii's best-kept local secrets. He's known as the Barefoot Vet and he's not your typical veterinarian. Dr. Sims treats both wild and domestic animals, and when islanders need help with their pets, he's the one they call. Some clients live in hard to reach locations, but if an animal is hurt Dr. Sims always finds a way to get there, even if he has to walk, ride a horse, drive an ATV, fly a plane, or swim. It's a wild job that's an adventure every day.