A climbing accident and a rare condition bring two young couples into the ER on Valentine's Day.
Dr. McKnight tries his best to diagnose a patient who is deaf and blind. Deborah, the ER's social worker, plays...
The full moon takes its toll on the ER as it is threatened to be overwhelmed by traumas. Dr. Shirzad treats a young...
Staff must deal with violence and drug abuse in the ER, while Dr. Rose confronts the horror of a multi-vehicle...
Dr. Campbell treats a patient with severe head injuries. An ER nurse is given a medal for her military service, and...
Yasmin takes a Unit Coordinator-in-training under her wing as the ER's veteran social worker begins her last shift....
No case, large or small, is turned away by the emergency department of Vancouver General Hospital...and it's taking...
Mondays are the worst in the emergency department, with staff tackling a wide range of medical emergencies.
The staff faces overwhelming traffic from elderly patients suffering a range of medical issues. Doctors and nurses...
Summer hits the ER and the air conditioning is down. From a nail in a boot to an agonizing escharotomy following a...
It's last days at VGH for Jo-Anne, the charge nurse of the ER. Despite being surrounded by pain and suffering on a...
ER staff, patients and family members confront the limitations of medicine and face the truth of their own mortality...
The bustle as people get ready for the holidays makes for a busy emergency room.
The holidays are in full swing and it's taking its toll on the emergency department.
An automotive analogy helps explain this nurse’s approach to patient care.
Dr. Lindsay highlights how important it is to discuss your end of life wishes.
A CT technologist explains her emotional connection to her patients.
A pregnant doctor is reminded of what a lethal place the ER can be.
Dr. Jang recounts the story of a very resilient patient.
Normally unflappable, this procedure really made an impression on Amber.
Dr. Morrison reflects on 40 years in the ER and contemplates retirement.
A unit clerk at the centre of the ER explains how she copes.
Dealing with unconscious patients leads an ER social worker to re-evaluate her own behavior.
A machine that can keep a patient warm.
A machine that can see into every cell of the human body.
A doctor reveals a surprising consequence of being on a popular documentary series.
This machine is quick, effective and very hard to watch.
A small machine that is revolutionizing the ER.
This space age machine can take cancer patients to new depths.
A frank conversation about the proper use of the ER for elderly patient care.
When there is an emergency in a room full of doctors, an unlikely hero emerges.
A terrible accident has a profound effect on a paramedic.
Dr. Morrison’s unique tale of stage fright in the ER.
Dr. Campbell talks about the most difficult part of his job.
A respiratory therapist delights in the story of a squeamish doctor.
Being on the other side of patient care is revelatory to an ER nurse.
A nurse practitioner has her skepticism challenged.
An experienced nurse is caught off guard by a case.
An automated compression machine more effective than a human.
Adam tells how his military service and compassion help him do his job.
A light-hearted look at how residents avoid getting called on by the doctor in charge.
A former Olympian explains how her former discipline aids in her current job.
An ER social worker shows the importance of taking care of the patient’s mental health.
Dr. Ho explores how modern technology can be an indispensable part of modern ER care.
The ER staff pay tribute to a valued but often overlooked colleague.
The head of the emergency department reveals the complications of running a big city ER.
Dr. Shirzad reveals a crucial component of emergency room care.
Someone should have warned Dr. Sadrehashemi about her patient’s little friend.
A heart-breaking story about accepting death and moving on.