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Vanderbilt MDs is a reality show focused on seven residents of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The series depicts what life is like for doctors in medical facilities as they struggle to balance their profession and their daily personal lives. The residents live and work together as the cameras follow them through their days.

Viewers get an up-close look into their lives as they face emergencies and even the everyday therapeutic issues. There is rivalry between the seven residents as well as romance. The camera captures the intrigue as these doctors try to balance their intense schedules and private lives.

Vanderbilt MDs is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on November 6, 2014.

Vanderbilt MDs is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Vanderbilt MDs on demand atAmazon, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes online.

1 Season, 6 Episodes
November 6, 2014
Drama, Reality
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Vanderbilt MDs Full Episode Guide

  • Nearing the end of his fellowship, Train makes a critical decision about his career, forcing him to choose between the perfect job and his relationship.

  • Mike's chatty demeanor clashes with Louis's quiet focus as they work together in the ER. With Erin working under Tyson as his intern, he doesn't believe she is taking her rotation seriously.

  • With seven years of training under his belt, Train's skills as a trauma surgeon are put to the test when he races against the clock to locate an elderly man's life-threatening injuries.

  • When Train discovers cancer during a routine appendectomy, the typically hardened surgeon must expose himself to the emotional side of medicine. Whitney and Tyson face death head-on as they race against time as members of the code team. After a big blow-up with his roommates, Louis reaches his breaking point.

  • Follow seven medical residents as they live and work together. These new residents quickly realize that no amount of schooling can prepare them for what it takes to be a doctor.