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Combat Hospital

Combat Hospital was a Canadian-British medical drama television series, filmed in Toronto, that debuted on Global in Canada on 21 June 2011. In the United States, it aired on ABC. Its final episode was broadcast on 6 September 2011. The series was known for a time by the working title The Hot Zone before reverting to its previous title, Combat Hospital. ABC announced 24 October 2011 that it would not be renewing Combat Hospital for a second season. On 16 December, Shaw Media confirmed that Combat Hospital would not be renewed for another season due to their inability to find a new broadcast partner after ABC opted not to continue with the series earlier that fall.
Season 1 - Combat Hospital
2011-09-06
"An attack on the women's clinic takes its toll; the Role 3 hospital contends with significant losses while fighting to save a wounded assailant's life."
2011-08-30
"Rebecca takes control of triage when an explosion injures Colonel Marks."
2011-08-30
"A prank gone wrong reveals Simon's painful past; Pedersen must question children about a suicide bomber."
2011-08-23
"An Army chaplain is forced to deal with her lapse of faith when she is ordered to hold vigil with Simon during a surgery."
2011-08-16
"One of Vans' friends comes under suspicion when he is injured by a bomb."
2011-08-09
"Bobby makes a decision that creates controversy between the doctors and nurses."
2011-08-02
"A soldier dies after Rebecca refuses him treatment, causing her to second-guess her decision."
2011-07-26
"Seven injured soldiers anxiously anticipate the arrival of their lucky charm, 19-year-old Pvt. Henry Flax; Rebecca makes a confession to Simon."
2011-07-19
"Members of a wedding party are injured when they are caught in Taliban crossfire. Rebecca searches for the missing bride. Marks is impressed with Bobby."
2011-07-12
"Simon hitches a helicopter ride to his farm, Rebecca must perform emergency neurosurgery on a patient, Bobby and Pedersen try to help an Air Force officer with his insomnia."
2011-07-05
"Rebecca depletes the hospital's blood supply while she and Bobby operate, and Colonel Marks is forced to call for a walking blood bank; Simon rekindles and old relationship; Rebecca is appointed morale officer; Vans finds a new talent."
2011-06-28
"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."
2011-06-21
"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 injured and 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 Kandahar, indeed."