“NY Med” has just launched its Season 2 premiere on ABC. The show is a documentary, and the season 2 premiere did not disappoint and remains to be compelling and tackling all kinds of stories out of the heroic work of real-life medical doctors and nurses in two hospitals in New York. Read on to learn more about this episode.
One of the most unforgettable scenes in the Season 2 premiere of “NY Med” was Dr. Mehmet Oz’s scene when he was dealing with a young patient with a tear in his aorta and in such agony that got all of our attention. The scene took place in the emergency room of New York-Presbyterian’s Columbia campus.
We also saw resident Ashley Winter, urologist, helping with the operation on a man who wanted a penile implant and ER nurse Katie Duke being fired for her Instagram post that the hospital considers inappropriate. There was also a new addition this season, which was the University Hospital in Newark, where the whole staff treats multiple gunshot victims.
The trauma specalists of each hospital, Dr. Debbie Yi of New York-Presbyterian and Dr. Hugo Razo of University Hospital, stood out. We have seen Yi on the first season of “NY Med,” and she’s known to be funny, sympathetic and committed. There was also Nurse Diana Costine, who’s battling with her own health issues, and we saw her broke down on the phone with her mom. She always managed to stay calm in crisis, and it was very rattling to see her in that state.
“NY Med” brings medical drama a new meaning because what we are seeing here in this show is the real thing. The Season 2 of “NY Med” will air eight episodes.
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