COMBAT HOSPITAL (ABC) “It’s My Party” Episode 3

COMBAT HOSPITAL (ABC) It's My Party Episode 3

Check out a first look of the upcoming episode of COMBAT HOSPITAL “It’s My Party” Episode 3 which airs on Tuesday, July 5th 10:00-11:00 p.m., ET.

Episode Synopsis: COMBAT HOSPITAL (ABC) “It’s My Party” Episode 3 – Rebecca depletes the blood supply while she and Bobby operate on a soldier with severe gunshot wounds, forcing Colonel Marks to call for a walking blood bank. Pedersen questions the soldier’s buddies about the circumstances that led to the shooting, but their stories don’t add up. Simon rekindles a relationship with an old flame – Jessica Draycott (Tia Carrere), an attractive photojournalist on assignment. Marks appoints Rebecca as morale officer, whose primary duty is to plan the weekly staff party on the base, and Vans discovers he has a knack for more than just translation, on “Combat Hospital,” TUESDAY, JULY 5 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

Show Summary: “Combat Hospital” is a fictional medical procedural set in 2006 at the only military hospital providing advanced surgical care in all of Southern Afghanistan. The series charts the frantic lives of the hospital’s resident doctors and nurses from Canada, America, the U.K. and other allied countries, following them as they navigate the relentless life-and-death battles on the operating table, and the never-ending conflicts that arise from working in a war zone military hospital. Commissioned by Global’s original content team and recently picked up by the ABC Television Network, the 13 one-hour episodes will be shot in Toronto until July 2011.

“Combat Hospital” features a diverse ensemble cast, including Elias Koteas (“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”) as Colonel Marks; Michelle Borth (“Hawaii Five-0”) as Canadian surgeon Dr. Rebecca Gordon; Luke Mably (“The Gates”) as neurosurgeon Dr. Simon Hill; Deborah Kara Unger (“The Hurricane”) as Australian army psychiatrist Major Grace Pedersen, M.D.; Terry Chen (“Sanctuary”) as trauma team leader Captain Bobby Trang; and Arnold Pinnock (“The Listener”) as Commander Will Royal, Chief of Nursing.

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