Saving Hope (2012–2017)
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A New Beginning 

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When Joel gets cold feet in the OR, Kinney takes him with her on a Continuing Medical Education assignment in her hometown to help clear his head. During their field trip, a woman gets ... See full summary »

Director:

Steve DiMarco

Writers:

Morwyn Brebner (created by), Malcolm MacRury (created by) | 4 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Erica Durance ... Dr. Alex Reid
Daniel Gillies ... Dr. Joel Goran
Huse Madhavji ... Dr. Shahir Hamza
Julia Chan ... Dr. Maggie Lin (as Julia Taylor Ross)
Kristopher Turner ... Dr. Gavin Murphy
Benjamin Ayres ... Dr. Zachary Miller
Salvatore Antonio ... Nurse Victor Reis
K.C. Collins ... Dr. Tom Reycraft
Wendy Crewson ... Dr. Dana Kinney
Michael Shanks ... Dr. Charlie Harris
Kari Matchett ... Dr. Kendra Watt
Jeff Roop ... Doug
Gord Rand ... Richard
Conrad Coates ... Brian Travers
Jane Moffat ... Stephanie
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Storyline

When Joel gets cold feet in the OR, Kinney takes him with her on a Continuing Medical Education assignment in her hometown to help clear his head. During their field trip, a woman gets pinned underneath a truck and Joel and Kinney lead the rescue effort. Meanwhile, Charlie meets a newly deceased therapist who suspects it's an emotional block that is keeping him in his coma. Encouraged by Charlie breathing on his own, Alex continues her rounds and diagnoses a fitness buff with a rare condition. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

23 August 2012 (Canada) See more »

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Production Co:

Entertainment One, Thump See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Dr. Kinney and Dr. Goran both refer to the tool used to do the amputation as being bolt cutters. The tool was a lopper used to prune tree limbs. Bolt cutters have a very narrow opening and would not have the range needed to cut a leg bone. While a lopper would have the range, it would be unable to cut through bone as they are used on soft woods. See more »

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