As the world continues to thank healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic, Netflix’s upcoming docuseries Lenox Hill gives viewers a look at doctors’ daily lives.
The eight-episode series which was filmed before the coronavirus crisis — follows four real doctors at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City as they grapple with the highs and lows of their personal and professional lives while working on the frontlines of America’s healthcare system.
Released on Netflix on June 10, the show, created by Ruthie Shatz and Adi Barash, delves into the lives of brain surgeons David Langer and John Boockvar, the emergency room physician Mirtha Macri and Chief Resident OB/GYN Amanda Little-Richardson, as they work with their patients and deal with the emotional and complex world of medicine.
Netflix provided a glimpse of the complicated births, brain surgeries, and other high-pressure situations these doctors encounter on a normal day at the hospital.
This is a must watch for medical practitioners and medical lovers