Combat Hospital is a Canadian television drama series that debuted on Global on 21 June 2011. The series was for a time known by the working title The Hot Zone before reverting to its previous title, Combat Hospital. Set in Kandahar, Afghanistan in 2006, the series revolves around the life and work of doctors and nurses from the ISAF, specifically Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany and other allied countries at a military hospital.
This new drama is set in 2006 at the only military hospital providing advanced surgical care in all of Southern Afghanistan, and charts the frantic lives of the hospital's resident doctors and nurses from Canada, America, the U.K. and other allied countries. This highly-charged series follows the characters as they navigate through 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. "The Hot Zone" stars 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 Ada Pedersen, Terry Chen ("Sanctuary") as trauma team leader Captain Bobby Trang and Arnold Pinnock ("The Listener") as Commander Will Royal, Chief of Nursing. "The Hot Zone" is a production from Canada's Sienna Films and the U.K.'s Artists Studio.
Academy Award-nominated Daniel Petrie Jr. is executive producer and showrunner. Executive producers are Jennifer Kawaja and Julia Sereny for Sienna Films, Gub Neal, Justin Thomson-Glover and Patrick Irwin for U.K.-based Artists Studio, as well as Simon Vaughan of Lookout Point. "The Hot Zone" was created by Jinder Oujla-Chalmers and Douglas Steinberg.
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