Welcome to "la ciudad de las estrellas" (the city of stars), a tiny town in the South American jungle which has one understaffed, under-stocked medical clinic. That's where idealistic young Dr. Lily Brenner just landed, along with fellow doctors Mina Minard and Manny Diaz. All of these young doctors are running away from personal demons, but they aren't the only ones with emotional baggage. Take the legendary and enigmatic Ben Keeton, who was the youngest Chief of Surgery at UCLA. He walked away from it all to found the clinic. Together with his right-hand doctor, Otis Cole, he'll teach these newcomers how to save lives in the most challenging environment they've ever worked in.
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When a hepatitis outbreak spreads through the local prison, the team jumps into action, while Lily learns more about Mateo.
The episode was rated 7.68 from 28 votes.
When a scuba diving trip goes wrong, Ryan, Ben, Tommy and Mina race to save their patient underwater, while a flame from Zee's past returns to the clinic for an unconventional treatment
The episode was rated 7.69 from 29 votes.
Three young doctors Lily Brenner, Mina Minard and Tommy Fuller arrive in a small town in the South American jungle to work in a understaffed, under-stocked medical clinic. They meet the legendary and enigmatic Dr. Ben Keeton , who was the youngest Chief of Surgery at UCLA but resigned and founded the clinic in the middle of nowhere. They're also introduced to the rest of the team – doctors Otis Cole, Ryan Clark and local doctor Zita Alvarez. The newcomers have to learn to work in this new, challenging environment.
The episode was rated 7.70 from 46 votes.
A paragliding accident leaves a vacationing couple in peril, while Mina is forced to take control of Ryan's care, and Charlie is reunited with his absent mother who is in need of help from the clinic and from Tommy.
The episode was rated 7.72 from 25 votes.
Ben and Tommy tend to victims of a water taxi accident; Lily must make a difficult decision; Ryan and Mina treat an annoying expatriate.
The episode was rated 7.88 from 32 votes.
Lily and Dr. Cole must rescue three brothers trapped in an old gold mine; a native birth ritual has a profound impact on Mina.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 30 votes.
Mina struggles with her moral code after learning a patient's identity; Lily learns more about Ben and is tested on her first trip to the city.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 29 votes.
Mina and Otis fight to save the life of a man who has been electrocuted by a live wire which consequently caused a citywide blackout during the city's annual festival. When a mudslide imperils a young pregnant couple, the doctors must find a way to save them.
The episode was rated 7.96 from 27 votes.
When a robbery leaves the clinic without any medication, Otis has to face his personal demons with sobriety in order to save a patient, and Ryan meets a young patient with a disease she is far too familiar with.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 33 votes.
Zee, Lily and Ben try to help a wildlife photographer attacked by 12-foot anaconda snake. Mina makes an effort to get along with Dr. Ryan Clark while Tommy gets an important cultural lesson.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 33 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
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