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  • 2008
  • 1 Season
  • 8.6  (92)

Hopkins is a documentary television series that falls into the genre of documentary, and it primarily airs on We Tv Network and ABC News channel. This documentary was produced by Rudy Bednar and Terence Wrong, and it was edited by Pagan Harleman, Faith Jones, and Cindy Kaplan Rooney. Hopkins star's many various cast members such as Alfredo Quinones Hinojosa, Avedis Meneshian, Megan Quick, Brian Bethea, Ann Czarnik, and Amber Bethea. This television series shows first hand what doctor's, nurse's, and other health care professional's have to face, in order to become the successful, knowledgable, and trust worthy doctor's that we all long for in todays healthcare industry. This documentary television series takes place inside of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, located in Baltimore, Maryland. The Johns Hopkins Hospital is a well known teaching hospital, which gives future, as well as current doctor', nurse's, and other health professionals more training and better education. All the while, it also provides medical care for several various patient's. In this documentary, it will follow the professional lives of various different doctor's, nurse's, and other healthcare professional's as they care for patient's, learn more about their particular practices, and get trained in different areas. It also follows the lives of the patients that each of this healthcare professionals are taking care of. Hopkins will take you behind the scenes, and show you what both the doctor's and the patient's have to endure on a regular basis. In this television series, it will show first hand the highs and the lows, the good and the bad of each particular field, disease, and procedure, that these doctor's, nurse's, and other healthcare professionals have to encounter. These doctor's, nurse's, and other healthcare professional's have various moments of happiness, anger, sadness, and tears. Hopkins is a true behind the scenes television show, that shows the obstacles doctor's have to over come, the education and the training needed to succeed in the world of healthcare industry.

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Hopkins: Episode Seven
7. Hopkins: Episode Seven
August 7, 2008
A school teacher adopts a little girl from China who had a mysterious prior heart surgery that baffles Hopkins doctors. Plain-talking Dr. Tom Reifsnyder returns to charm his patients and residents as does ER doctor Ann Czarnik, who sews up a handsome fellow doctor who asks her to leave no scars. Dr. Andy Cameron has embarked on a career as a transplant surgeon but must battle the expectations that come from being the son of a father who is a living legend in American surgery.
Hopkins: Episode Six
6. Hopkins: Episode Six
August 7, 2008
Oscar Serrano, a first year resident in surgery, commits a major rookie blunder by puncturing a patient's lung. Fortunately, the patient is as understanding as his mentors who know that making mistakes is part of becoming a doctor. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or NICU is where premature babies are saved or lost. Pediatric resident, Dr. Carmen Coombs must learn how to separate from the emotions that buffet each shift if she is to keep a balance in her life. Robyn Brandon needs a kidney and her husband Alan wants to give her one. But his kidney is not a match. Hopkins master surgeon Robert Montgomery engineers a bicoastal three-couple kidney swap that depends on everybody keeping their word.
Hopkins: Episode Five
5. Hopkins: Episode Five
July 31, 2008
An array of challenging pediatric cases run through this episode. Frightened that brain surgery could damage their child, Thomas McGowen's parents finally let surgeons operate to try to remove a tumor that is making their son blind. Emre Babli is another little boy who had a tumor removed as baby. The operation left him disfigured. Tough-talking plastic surgeon Anthony Tufaro thinks he can make Emre as good as new. But nothing will make Mya Thomas like she was. This little girl was nearly drowned when pulled from a pool. With her brain function minimal, doctors try to persuade her parents to disconnect life support. Sneha Desai, Herman Bagga and Gina Westhoff introduce viewers to the world of third year medical students where "the gross stuff is cool, delivering a baby is a career-decider, and wearing a turban is an icebreaker with patients."
Hopkins: Episode Four
4. Hopkins: Episode Four
July 24, 2008
Peyton Penrod is a healthy toddler who suddenly needs to be rushed to the Hopkins PICU, one of the country's top ICUs for children. His heart presents his doctors and his parents with two bleak options: a risky heart transplant or death. By his own admission, vascular surgeon Tom Reifsnyder is not cut in the Hopkins mold. Irreverent, chatty, and candid about his marital travails, Reifsnyder's surgeries tend to be comic relief sessions during which he interrogates his residents on everything from their romantic lives to the kind of cars they drive. Anne Czarnik returns in this episode and takes viewers on the road to visit her tiny hometown in the hills of West Virginia.
Hopkins: Episode Three
3. Hopkins: Episode Three
July 17, 2008
Ann Czarnik is a blonde and blue-eyed country girl from West Virginia who speaks her mind. She wasn't prepared for the carnage of the Hopkins ER which serves one of the country's most blighted urban landscapes due in part to East Baltimore's high rates of gun violence, STDs and intravenous drug use. Relying on a mordant sense of humor, Czarnik's life is filled with moments where tragedy and hilarity intersect. Earl Ingemann is a live wire. A 19-year-old Bermudan, he is constantly eluding doctors and nurses who want him to stay put and behave like other patients on the heart transplant list. But Earl would rather prowl the hospital, go out for junk food, play video games and get his hair braided. However, he needs something more than a routine heart transplant and doctors are worried. Also in this episode, Brian Bethea and his wife Amber try to reconcile.
Hopkins: Episode Two
2. Hopkins: Episode Two
July 14, 2008
Brenda Thompson is dying from an obscure and always fatal lung disease.
Hopkins: Episode One
1. Hopkins: Episode One
July 14, 2008
Twenty-one years ago Dr. Alfredo Quinones-Hinjosa climbed a 20-foot border fence so he could join other illegal immigrants picking fruit in the lush valleys of central California. Today he is one of the nation's elite brain surgeons. He tells ABC News about his remarkable journey as viewers watch him try to save a man's life. Karen Boyle is among the new generation of surgeons. She is the first female attending in urology at Hopkins, and determined to maintain a balance between her family and her job. But what sets her apart from other surgeons is the candid counseling about sexual health and intimacy she offers to her patients. Brian Bethea has made it to the top of one of the most difficult residencies in medicine, cardiothoracic surgery. After nine years of apprenticeship he is ready to join the ranks of the nation's most illustrious heart and lung surgeons. But the demands of residency have left his family life in shambles. Repairing a ruptured aorta may be easier than saving his marriage.
Description

Hopkins is a documentary television series that falls into the genre of documentary, and it primarily airs on We Tv Network and ABC News channel. This documentary was produced by Rudy Bednar and Terence Wrong, and it was edited by Pagan Harleman, Faith Jones, and Cindy Kaplan Rooney. Hopkins star's many various cast members such as Alfredo Quinones Hinojosa, Avedis Meneshian, Megan Quick, Brian Bethea, Ann Czarnik, and Amber Bethea. This television series shows first hand what doctor's, nurse's, and other health care professional's have to face, in order to become the successful, knowledgable, and trust worthy doctor's that we all long for in todays healthcare industry.

This documentary television series takes place inside of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, located in Baltimore, Maryland. The Johns Hopkins Hospital is a well known teaching hospital, which gives future, as well as current doctor', nurse's, and other health professionals more training and better education. All the while, it also provides medical care for several various patient's. In this documentary, it will follow the professional lives of various different doctor's, nurse's, and other healthcare professional's as they care for patient's, learn more about their particular practices, and get trained in different areas. It also follows the lives of the patients that each of this healthcare professionals are taking care of. Hopkins will take you behind the scenes, and show you what both the doctor's and the patient's have to endure on a regular basis.

In this television series, it will show first hand the highs and the lows, the good and the bad of each particular field, disease, and procedure, that these doctor's, nurse's, and other healthcare professionals have to encounter. These doctor's, nurse's, and other healthcare professional's have various moments of happiness, anger, sadness, and tears. Hopkins is a true behind the scenes television show, that shows the obstacles doctor's have to over come, the education and the training needed to succeed in the world of healthcare industry.

Hopkins is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (7 episodes). The series first aired on July 14, 2008.

Where to Watch Hopkins

Hopkins is available for streaming on the ABC News website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Hopkins on demand at Amazon.

  • Premiere Date
    July 14, 2008
  • IMDB Rating
    8.6  (92)