ER explores the inner workings of an urban teaching hospital and the critical issues faced by the dedicated physicians and staff of its overburdened emergency room.
Fearing the worst, Kovac anxiously awaits the decision of a jury in the case pitting him against Curtis Ames (recurring guest star FOREST WHITAKER).
How do you separate your personal life from your professional life? Not easily. And if you're on the emergency room staff of Chicago's County General Hospital, it may be impossible. As a third-year resident, former nurse Abby Lockhart asserts her authority in the ER, but the stress and complications of raising a child cause a rift between her and Dr. Luka Kovac. And while Chief of Staff Kerry Weaver remains determined at work, she finds herself at a personal crossroads as both a woman and a mother.
After 10 years at County General, John Carter has risen to a role of respect and leadership. His recently graduated colleague, Abby Lockhart finds that being a good doctor is as tough as being a good nurse. Chief of Staff Kerry Weaver remains tough - but the loss of her life partner and a bitter custody battle have worn on her.
For the emergency room personnel and doctors of Chicago's County General Hospital, the difference between life and death often depends on split-second decisions. The staff of heroic healers includes Chief Resident John Carter (Noah Wyle), Chief of Emergency Medicine Kerry Weaver (Laura Innes), Dr. Elizabeth Corday (Alex Kingston), Dr. Robert Romano (Paul McCrane), Attending Physician Dr. Luka Kovac (Goran Visnjic), nurse Abby Lockhart (Maura Tierney), Dr. Susan Lewis (SHERRY Stringfield), Attending Physician Dr. Jing-Mei Chen (Ming-Na), fourth-year medical student Michael Gallant (Sharif Atkins) and intern Dr. Gregory Pratt (Mikhi Phifer).
It's always rush hour at Chicago's County General. Every day...every moment...brings new challenges, new triumphs and new losses. But no one ever expected that one of those losses would include one of the ER's talented med students. The pulse-pounding rotation continues with all 22 episodes of ER's sixth sensational season.
Emergency personnel feverishly work to save the lives of children involved in a school bus crash. Mobalage's wife suffers from multiple stab wounds. Carter and Lucy refrain from sexual relations with each other due to hospital policy. Part 2 of 2
This riveting dramatic series portrays the dedication and passion of emergency-room doctors and medical staff in a Chicago teaching hospital. Developments in the healers' lives include a new baby, an engagement, and an emotional visit home.
In the ER of County General Hospital, the difference between life and death rests on the split-second decisions of its dedicated physicians and medical personnel. These healers deal with AIDS, a brutal attack, and the departure of a beloved colleague.
Greene is sued for malpractice. Benton offers Carter a surgical internship, and Swift offers Greene an attending job in the ER for next year. Tag and Hathaway prepare for their wedding day.
Lewis delivers her sister's baby. Ross sees an old lover again, jeopardizing his relationship with Diane. Carter does not accept a posistion in the ER because he believes that he will be offered a surgical position.
Ross pursues a relationship with Diane Leeds.
Hathaway's patient believes that he is a werewolf. Ross goes out on a date with Diane Leeds. Lewis impresses the new chairman of the ER, and Greene doesn't. Benton tends to his sick mother.
Mark misdiagnoses a pregnant woman, who returns to the ER shortly afterward. The ER staff works frantically to save Jodi O'Brien and her baby in this Emmy-Award winning episode.
Jennifer informs Mark that she wants a divorce. Tired, Benton falls asleep while taking care of his mother, and she gets injured. Carol may not be able to adopt Tatiana after all. Susan is fascinated by a doctor she meets--but the man is a fraud.
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