A documentary series following the staff and patients at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and Season 2 also featured University Hospital in Newark, N.J. From the producers of 'Hopkins 24/7' and 'Boston Med.'
In the Season 2 finale, an architect with breathing problems makes an appointment with a thoracic surgeon; while an ER resident tries to remove a ring from a young woman's finger. Also: A surgical resident clashes with an attending physician over a patient's diet; and a trauma surgeon treats a college-baseball player who injured his throwing arm in a drunken brawl.
Dr. Mehmet Oz's daughter watches her father operate on a woman with a heart defect; an ER nurse becomes a patient after she's injured in a car accident; an oral and maxillofacial surgical resident treats a college student with a severely fractured jaw; a trauma surgeon consoles a woman with a critically injured teenage son; a neurosurgeon discusses a risky surgery on a 28-year-old with a brain tumor.
A 2-year-old needs surgery to alter the flow of blood to her brain; an ER resident confronts police officers who are bothering one of her patients; a trauma surgeon discusses the high number of young males who are brought in with bullet wounds; a charismatic surgical resident impresses his patients and his superiors.
A man with a blood clot in his lungs is treated by an ER doctor, who later helps security guards subdue a violent patient. Elsewhere, a woman in need of a kidney transplant gets surprising news; a cardiac surgeon makes a promise to woman about to undergo heart surgery; and an ER doctor discusses a personal struggle.
A nurse becomes a patient after inexplicably losing consciousness; a man who's about to be married gets alarming news from a cardiac surgeon; a trauma surgeon treats a man who was beaten with a hammer; a neurosurgeon tells a homeless man he needs surgery to repair damaged vertebrae in his neck
A doctor treats a student pilot whose instructor was killed in a plane crash; a urology resident discusses a surgical procedure with a patient; a cardiac surgeon thinks he can help a woman with a tumor on her heart. Also: Dr. Mehmet Oz investigates a police officer's mysterious stroke that he suffered on vacation with his family.
An ER doctor treats a couple who were the victims of a violent home invasion; a former Wall Street banker reflects on changing her career to medicine; a Marine recalls his service and describes his deteriorating physical condition.
In the Season 2 premiere, Dr. Mehmet Oz discusses a man's chest pains; a man tells his wife about a tumor on his spine; a urology resident meets with patients; and ER nurses treat a woman's bizarre injury at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Meanwhile, a trauma surgeon examines a man with multiple gunshot wounds at University Hospital in Newark, N.J.