Grey’s Anatomy has absolutely nothing on the real-life doctors of Lenox Hill Hospital. On Wednesday, Netflix launched the main trailer for its brand-new Lenox Hill docudrama collection, which graphes the psychological trip of 4 medical professionals, consisting of Chief of Neurosurgery Dr. David Langer, at the renowned New York City medical facility.
As the coronavirus pandemic remains to ruin the country, Lenox Hill Netflix will certainly supply a prompt check out the medical professionals as well as registered nurses who work tirelessly on the frontlines to care for their patients, no matter the cost. According to Netflix’s official description, Lenox Hill will give viewers “an intimate look at the lives of four doctors — two brain surgeons, an emergency room physician, and a Chief Resident OBGYN — as they navigate the highs and lows of working at the renowned Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City.”
Lenox Hill‘s documentarians were given full access to each doctor’s personal as well as professional life, as well as those of their patients. Given the four medical professionals’ specialties, viewers will experience their own emotional highs and lows as they watch patients overcome difficult births, cancer diagnoses, intensive surgeries, and more. The Lenox Hill Netflix trailer makes the gravity of these doctors’ function clear. “You cannot choose what comes at you here. It’s like the frontline,” says one physician. “We deal with death and dying. I don’t even dare to imagine what I’m going to encounter on any given day,” says another. “This is a human being in front of us. You cannot fuck it up.”
But Lenox Hill on Netflix will certainly have its uplifting moments, as well. The trailer shows more than a few births, as well as it’s impossible not to get misty-eyed as the team places newborn babies in their mothers’ arms. “I think there’s such a thing as a calling,” claims the OBGYN principal homeowner. “This is the space I’m supposed to be in.”