Combat Hospital |
Christopher Menaul, Iain B. MacDonald, Stephen Reynolds, Helen Shaver, Paul Unwin, Ken Girotti
Jinder Chalmers, Daniel Petrie Jr., Douglas Steinberg, Sara B. Cooper, Angus Fraser, Gub Neal, Lara Azzopardi, Simon Block, Annmarie Morais, Will Pascoe, Adam Pettle
Edmund Butt, Samuel Sim
Tim Bradley, Jinder Chalmers, Sara B. Cooper, Rick Dugdale, Angus Fraser, Patrick Irwin, Jennifer Kawaja, Michael J. Maschio, Gub Neal, Daniel Petrie Jr., Julia Sereny, Douglas Steinberg, Justin Thomson, Simon Vaughan, Elise Cousineau, David Vainola, Laura Phillips, Julian Stevens
Elias Koteas - Col. Xavier Marks MD CF (13 episodes 2011), Michelle Borth - Maj. Rebecca Gordon (13 episodes 2011), Luke Mably - Dr. Simon Hill (13 episodes 2011), Terry Chen - Captain Dr. Bobby Trang MD (13 episodes 2011), Deborah Kara Unger - Maj. Pederson MD (13 episodes 2011), Arnold Pinnock - Cdn. Cdr. Will Royal RN CF (13 episodes 2011), Gord Rand - RSM Graham Kelly (13 episodes 2011), Karan Oberoi - PJ Talwar Mehra (13 episodes 2011), Ellen Wong - Maj. Suzy Chao (12 episodes 2011), Lisa Berry - Capt. Pam Everwood RN (12 episodes 2011), Dwain Murphy - PJ Terrel Ford (12 episodes 2011), Hamza Jeetooa - Vans - Interpreter (11 episodes 2011), Trenna Keating - Sgt. Hannah Corday (10 episodes 2011), Gerry Morton - Larry Alexander (9 episodes 2011), Elena Silina - Christine Ezrin (8 episodes 2011), Huse Madhavji - Lt.Col.Max Prakash (8 episodes 2011), Anne Bedian - Maj. Hasti Samizay (6 episodes 2011), Daniel DeSanto - Major Glad Marin (6 episodes 2011), Yatharth Bhatt - Aref (4 episodes 2011), Adam Beach - Snake Eater (4 episodes 2011), Kate Ross - Clerk Lisa Karolan (4 episodes 2011), Darryl Pring - Barrett Lyndhurst (4 episodes 2011), Ali Kazmi - Chaplain David Nedayal (3 episodes 2011), Sam Kalilieh - Dr.Tarzi (3 episodes 2011), Farzad Sadrian - Fahran Nawabi (3 episodes 2011), Emma S. Johnson - Anesthesiologist #1 (3 episodes 2011), Daniel Fathers - Sergeant Harry Gleed (2 episodes 2011), Cherisse Woonsam - Captain Mary Ann Reith (2 episodes 2011), Christina Cox - Cmt Ariel Garamond (2 episodes 2011), Greg Bryk - Master Sgt. Edward Farringdon (2 episodes 2011), Darryl Hinds - Captain Ray Ludford (2 episodes 2011), Arwen Humphreys - Chaplain (2 episodes 2011), Ali Momen - Khan (2 episodes 2011), Shiva Negar - Zarmeeneh (2 episodes 2011), Pardis Parker - Rafeeq (2 episodes 2011), Jason C. Paul - Newfoundland Sergeant (2 episodes 2011), Trevor Rotenberg - Group Therapy (2 episodes 2011), Adriano Sobretodo Jr. - Barry Foley (2 episodes 2011), Alexis Uiga - Nurse (2 episodes 2011), Adam Butcher - PFC Avery Jenkins (1 episode 2011), Tia Carrere - Jessica Draycott (1 episode 2011), Jim Codrington - Col. Rudolph Arlington (1 episode 2011), Ashton Doudelet - Private Graham Barford (1 episode 2011), Carl Campbell - Canadian MP (1 episode 2011), Elias Edraki - Hamasa Gulzar (1 episode 2011), Christopher Shyer - Colonel Axelquist (1 episode 2011), Rayisa Kondracki - Major Beverly Havenhurst (1 episode 2011), Tara Grammy - Afsoon (1 episode 2011), Shane Kippel - LCPL Chuck Braddock (1 episode 2011), Steven Yaffee - PFC George Lowen (1 episode 2011), Khalid Rafiq - Afsoon's Father (1 episode 2011), Jake Michaels - Ice Cream Vendor (1 episode 2011), Jacob Kraemer - Sergeant Lyle Handler (1 episode 2011), Kawa Ada - ANA Office #4 (1 episode 2011), Oluniké Adeliyi - Yolanda Cullerne (1 episode 2011), Kamiran Aldabbagh - Wounded ANA Office (1 episode 2011), Ryan Allen - Sergeant Selvidge (1 episode 2011), Roshan Amendra - Assailant (1 episode 2011), Paul Amos - Edward (1 episode 2011), Sonya Anand - Nabil (1 episode 2011), Tom Archdeacon - Sgt. Farrell (1 episode 2011), Nitasha Asnani - Delbar (1 episode 2011), Benjamin Ayres - Christian Bettany (1 episode 2011), Dalal Badr - Leila (1 episode 2011), Farnaz Behaeen - Samira (1 episode 2011), Gordon Bolan - Interrogator (1 episode 2011), Karl Campbell - Canadian MP - MP#2 (1 episode 2011), Saara Chaudry - Afgan Girl #1 (1 episode 2011), Kevin Claydon - Soldier #3 (1 episode 2011), Conrad Coates - Oga Civilian (1 episode 2011), Troy De Lottinville - Referee (1 episode 2011), Rodney Diverlus - Paramedic (1 episode 2011), Cyrus Faird - Anosh (1 episode 2011), Tammy Fitzgerald - Army Nurse (1 episode 2011), Darryl Flatman - First Sergeant (1 episode 2011), Miranda Jade - Triage Patient (1 episode 2011), Brendan Jeffers - Soldier One (1 episode 2011), Bobby Johnston - Contractor 1 (1 episode 2011), Jonathan Keltz - Private Henry Flax (1 episode 2011), Gordon Kennedy - Captain Fitz (1 episode 2011), Mpho Koaho - Sergeant Geoffrey Daums (1 episode 2011), Yuri Koller - US Army Private (1 episode 2011), Danny MacDonald - Bob Banner (TOC) (1 episode 2011), Billy MacLellan - Pvt. Nestrom (1 episode 2011), Peter MacNeill - General Hunnable (1 episode 2011), Milan Malisic - Romanian Sergeant (1 episode 2011), Mena Massoud - Salman Zawab (1 episode 2011), Michelle Mohammed - Husna (1 episode 2011), Monika Mora - Badri (1 episode 2011), Robert Morse - PFC #1 (1 episode 2011), Jack Murray - Soldier Five (1 episode 2011), Ted Neal - PFC Eric Ronson (1 episode 2011), Thomas Olajide - Soldier #6 (1 episode 2011), Chris Owens - Sergeant Major Gaestner (1 episode 2011), Alex Poch-Goldin - USAF Captain Amnon Ben-Meir (1 episode 2011), Martin Roach - Lt. Cliffgood (1 episode 2011), Tim Rozon - First Sergeant Marcus Xinico (1 episode 2011), Buljeet Samra - Female ANA (1 episode 2011), Christopher Seivright - Private #2 2011 (1 episode 2011), Aaron Sharif - Jawid (1 episode 2011), Rob Stewart - Major Kenneth Winacott (1 episode 2011), Camille Sullivan - Chaplain Plottell (1 episode 2011), Costa Tovarnisky - Romanian M.P. (1 episode 2011), Rob Trick - Aussi Driver (1 episode 2011), Luke Vitale - Guard (1 episode 2011), Asim Wali - Kamaal Sodaba (1 episode 2011), John White - PFC Nick Marvers (1 episode 2011), Supinder Wraich - Afghan Girl #2 (1 episode 2011), Tim Ziegler - German Marine (1 episode 2011), Stacey Unsworth - Canadian Soldier (uncredited) (11 episodes 2011), George Chiang - Soldier on Phone (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Carl Fortin - Mp #1 (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Kristen Henricksen - Canadian Forces Warrant Officer (uncredited) (1 episode 2011)
- Série 1: 1. Welcome to Kandahar (2011). It's 2006: Major Rebecca Gordon, a highly-trained trauma surgeon, and Captain Bobby Trang, a brand-new doctor, report for duty at the NATO Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit at Kandahar Airfield. Perched at the edge of the airfield and built out of plywood and canvas held together with duct tape, the temporary building that houses the Role 3 shakes every time a plane takes off. The hospital's commander, Colonel Xavier Marks, tells the newcomers to expect an experience unlike any they've had before. Rebecca thinks she can handle anything, while Bobby is acutely conscious of his inexperience. They both get off to a rocky start, as Colonel Marks points out Rebecca's mistakes and tries to build Bobby's confidence. But over the next 48 hours, as they deal with rocket attacks, flying shrapnel and wave after wave of wounded U.S. Marines, Canadian soldiers, Afghan civilians and even a Taliban prisoner, they manage to rise to the challenge, even as they grow more and more exhausted. Welcome to ...
- Série 1: 2. Enemy Within (2011). Rebecca is nearly run over by a pick-up truck full of Afghan National Army soldiers heading for the hospital. Their leader -- who turns out to be an American Special Forces operative -- carries in one of his men, delirious with a serious infection, one that neither Rebecca nor Bobby have encountered before. When another patient comes down with the same infection, the team realize they're dealing with a highly contagious and resistant bacterial strain, with no idea what it is, where it came from or how to stop it from spreading. Colonel Marks is left with no choice but to quarantine the OR, ICU and the recovery room, so that the Role 3 medics are forced to do surgery in the dining hall. Meanwhile, Rebecca accompanies Pedersen off base to the Women's Clinic, where they find a local in dire need of emergency life-saving surgery.
- Série 1: 3. It's My Party (2011). Rebecca depletes the blood supply while she and Bobby operate on a soldier with severe gunshot wounds, forcing Colonel Marks to call for a walking blood bank. Pedersen questions the soldier's unit about the circumstances that lead to the shooting, but their story doesn't add up. Simon rekindles a relationship with an old flame - an attractive photojournalist on assignment. Marks appoints Rebecca as morale officer, whose primary duty is to plan the weekly staff party on the base. Reluctantly, she rises to the occasion and, with the team's help, orchestrates a shindig complete with Western theme, campfire, food, music, dancing and a mechanical bull. Vans discovers he has a knack for more than just translation.
- Série 1: 4. Wrong Place at Wrong Time (2011). When Simon learns the medevac helicopter has to make a routine supply run, he hitches a ride to his farm en route. Plans go awry when the chopper's pilots spot white tracer fire and have to make an unexpected stop to pick up an injured US Army soldier with multiple shrapnel wounds. Bobby and Rebecca operate on a Romanian civilian patient who suffers a brain hemorrhage and emergency neurosurgery becomes vital to his survival. When Simon can't get back in time to perform the surgery, he must talk Rebecca through the operation via cell phone from the medevac. Bobby and Pedersen evaluate a high-ranking US Air Force officer experiencing a bout of insomnia; the officer has a pending mission that is critical to the Air Force's strategic operations. No time for rest, Marks deals with an overheating CT scanner, an AWOL surgeon and delivering an unfavorable diagnosis.
- Série 1: 5. Hells Bells (2011). Marks receives a worrisome call from home and confides in Pedersen. Rebecca and Bobby participate in Pederson's group therapy session, leaving Rebecca feeling vulnerable when she over-shares. A civilian wedding party is caught up in Taliban crossfire and the Afghan groom and some of the guests are brought in to the Role 3. Pedersen heads to the clinic off base to help the wedding party's female victims and Rebecca initiates a search to find the bride. Bobby exercises his authority as Captain and attempts to ground a Sergeant intent on postponing medical tests in order to accompany his men on a mission. Bobby impresses Marks on a medical conference call.
- Série 1: 6. Inner Truth (2011). Rebecca reveals to Simon that she is jealous of Bobby's recent success and discusses her feelings with Pedersen. When Nurse Suzy Chao is assigned to help Bobby with his research, she develops a crush on him. Rumours about Simon circulate when he receives an unusual number of calls from England. Seven soldiers, who are brought to the Trauma bays, anxiously wait for the arrival of their lucky charm, 19-year old Private Henry Flax. When the entire unit survives their injuries without complications, Marks acknowledges lady luck and miraculously, not long after, the new CT scanner arrives. Rebecca tries to fulfill a dying soldier's wish by rewriting the protocol for organ donation; An attractive Canadian Forces Warrant Officer falls hard and fast for Pedersen.
- Série 1: 7. Reckless (2011). It's "Kebob's your Uncle Eating Contest" at Kandahar Air force Base. On her way to the festivities Major Rebecca Gordon runs into PJ's Ford and Mehra as they embark on a long flight. Their pilot, USAF Lieutenant Ray Ludford asks her for stimulants before the trip, but Rebecca refuses on personal and professional grounds. A fun day is turned into a nightmare as dozens of military personnel and contestants fall ill due to tainted kebob meat. During the chaos, a call comes in -- a helicopter went down and a severely injured Pilot Ray, Mehra and Ford are brought in on stretchers. As the Flight Surgeon and Colonel Marks fight to save Pilot Ray's life, Rebecca is faced with answering to an investigative committee who threaten to lay the responsibility for the accident at her feet. Meanwhile things heat up with Captain Bobby Trang and Major Suzy Chao. Dr. Simon Hill has to deal with a dispute between his farm tenants and Rebecca's Special Forces Officer comes to see Bobby with a mysterious ...
- Série 1: 8. On the Brink (2011). A collision between a passenger bus and military convoy results in several injuries being brought to the Role 3 Hospital. Captain Bobby Trang treats a badly burned woman. His assessment of her chances for survival runs counter to Cmdr. Will Royal's expert eye. Will believes the woman won't make it and petitions to Colonel Marks to let her die rather than spend nursing resources on trying to keep her alive. But Colonel Marks and Major Rebecca Gordon both back Bobby's decision. This causes a rift between the doctors and nurses as Bobby and Rebecca keep vigil over their patient. Will's also distracted by one of the patients, a young boy (AREF) who attaches himself to Will, following him around like a puppy. And Major Grace Pedersen is presented with a challenging patient; a young man who takes masturbation to a whole new level.
- Série 1: 9. Shifting Sands (2011). The hospital is on alert when the injured detainee (Kamaal) accused of triggering an IED is brought in and Vans recognizes him as an old friend. Although Colonel Xavier Marks orders Vans from interacting with Kamaal, Vans seeks to learn the truth and is shocked when he finds out that the ANA soldier that shot Kamaal was another old friend of Vans, Salman. Vans is torn between loyalties. Kamaal says he's innocent, yet Salman says Kamaal is guilty. Who does he believe? When Kamaal escapes during a rocket attack, Vans himself is brought under suspicion by the Military Police, and there is little Colonel Marks can do to protect Vans. As the MPs search for the missing Kamaal, Dr. Simon Hill is called on to bring his unique talents to treat a curmudgeonly General who can't seem to stop crying.
- Série 1: 10. Reason to Believe (2011). When both Dr. Simon Hill and Chaplain Marjorie Plottel are called in to treat and comfort Sgt. Geoffry Daums, a severely injured patient, their worlds threaten to collapse. Simon is on the verge from dealing with guilt and anger over the past that haunts him. And Plottel has lost her faith. Daums, who has suffered a major spinal trauma and may be left quadriplegic, calls on Chaplain Plottel to help him grapple with his own faith. Simon, trying to redeem himself in his own eyes, petitions Col. Marks to allow him to do a risky surgery to help Daums regain use of his arms. Because she promised Daums she wouldn't leave him, Plottel finds herself in the O.R. as Simon tries to work his magic. A friendly repartee turns into deadly barbs as the surgeon and the Padre go toe to toe. As things heat up in the O.R., Majors Rebecca Gordon and Grace Pedersen have to respond quickly at the Women's Clinic when a young Afghan teacher brings in her young charges who have been poisoned and are near death.
- Série 1: 11. Brothers in Arms (2011). The annual Canadian/American hockey game sets the backdrop as Major Grace Pedersen is called in to consult when an aid worker and four injured children are brought in from an orphanage that was attacked by the Taliban. But when the mysterious Special Forces Agent, "Snake Eater" returns, Col. Marks and Pedersen find out that not all is as it seems. Knowing that further questioning will increase the emotional trauma to the children, Pedersen is caught between her professional and personal ethics and the need to find out what the children know regarding an imminent Taliban attack. As Pedersen grapples with her conscience, the Canadian and American hockey teams play a game of one upsmanship - each trying to psyche the other team out. Captain Bobby Trang and Major Rebecca Gordon get caught up in the escalating rivalry which explodes in the rink as things get out of control. Meanwhile, Rebecca resumes her flirtation with Snake Eater, much to Simon's chagrin. And Will is reunited with a ...
- Série 1: 12. Triage (2011). A deserted Russian bunker - Col. Marks and Structural Engineer Captain Fitzharold (Fitz) survey the site for a potential new clinic. But the clinic is not as safe as originally thought and they accidentally trigger an unexploded ordinance. Col. Marks finds himself with minor injuries, but Fitz has been impaled on a piece of rebar. Fitz and Col. Marks are rushed to the Role 3 where Major Rebecca Gordon has been in charge of triage in Col. Marks' absence. Because of a previous group of injured, their supplies are low, and the operation to save Fitz will use their last resources. It seems possible, until an ambushed Afghan family is brought to their Trauma Bay. Following the rules of combat triage, Rebecca has to choose - the family or Fitz -- who is to go to the O.R. and live and who has to wait, which means certain death. Bobby starts anger management treatment with Pedersen, even though he denies he has a problem. But babysitting Aref threatens Bobby's cool and he's forced to face a ...
- Série 1: 13. Do No Harm (2011). It's just another day at the Women's clinic. Majors Rebecca Gordon and Grace Pedersen attend to the sick as Nurses Pam Everwood and Suzy Chao assist and Major Hasti Samizay translates. But when there's a suicide attempt on Samizay's life, Rebecca is forced to pick up her weapon and defend her friends. She shoots, injuring the Assailant. But being true to her profession, she immediately begins saving his life. But not before the bullet intended for Samizay has mortally wounded one of our own. The Role 3 is left shocked that one of their own is killed and both Rebecca and Bobby have to grapple with their feelings when they're called upon to save the life of the man who killed their friend. Dr. Simon Hill is on his own journey when an urgent call in the middle of the night breaks up his tryst with Rebecca and sends him on a drinking binge that threatens his medical license.
Portrays doctors and nurses from Canada, the U.S., the U.K. and other allied countries saving lives and limbs in a war zone military hospital modeled on a real facility in Afghanistan.