Emergency season two to air Monday May 24 on Nine and 9now


• The new season welcomes several new faces

The heroes at the frontline of one of Australia’s busiest hospitals return for a new season when Emergency season two premieres Monday, May 24, at 9.00pm on Channel Nine and 9Now. 

Join the doctors and nurses for an insight into the inner workings of the Royal Melbourne Hospital’s Emergency department, as they pull back the curtain for access to the dedicated team of medical heroes dealing with life-and-death cases every day. 

The new season welcomes several new faces: Dr Luke De La Rue and Dr Scott Taylor, and Nurses Ebony, Sarah, and Kelsey.

They join the show favourites who are still going strong on the frontline, including Dr Mya and husband Dr Bjorn, Dr Jonathan, Dr Emma, and doctors Sarah, Michael, and Michelle.

In the season premiere, Royal Melbourne Emergency’s Dr Emma calls in reinforcements to save a mother whose life hangs in the balance after a high-speed car crash on a country road. Dr Mya and Nurse Ebony brace themselves as paramedics bring in a volatile man putting himself and staff at risk. Dr Jonathan’s patient has a shocking fracture after falling four metres off a ladder. And Dr Luke examines a man who has collapsed at home and suffered deep facial bruising, also after a fall. But what caused this one?

In season one, the doctors and nurses dealt with situations like assessing an aggressive man who had been stabbed, a 30 year old expectant mother who had a dislocated shoulder, a gunshot victim arriving under police guard, and a critical footy player after an on-field collision.

The show highlights the highly skilled and dedicated staff at Royal Melbourne who are always ready with heart, compassion, and care for the constant stream of patients coming through the doors – in any emergency.

Emergency is produced for Channel 9 by WTFN.

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