Emergency – 9 September 2020 – 9/9/2020 – Wednesday – Nine – 9
Dr Miriam treats a heavily pregnant mum-to-be who collapsed at a train station platform, falling face-first and landing on her stomach. Dr Sarah fears for a cyclist who was hit by a car and can’t feel his feet.
With unprecedented access, Emergency will reveal the tribulations and triumphs of the doctors and nurses at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Told through the eyes of an extraordinary and dedicated team of medical professionals, with a busy stream of patients coming through the door, Emergency will give viewers a unique insight into the inner workings of Victoria’s first hospital.
From life-threatening conditions like strokes and heart attacks to patients treated after car accidents, falls, assaults and major public emergencies, the series will reveal the compassion and amazing composure of doctors and nurses as they battle to save lives.
This show is broadcast on Channel Nine.
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