Cameras are there to Document the Mayhem and the Miracles of "NY ER"

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11 January 2015
Katie Dukes
Katie Duke is a sharp-witted ER nurse who delivers her humor with a Midwestern drawl. Though known for her practical jokes around the ER, she can turn on a dime and is often the one shouting orders when a trauma rolls through the door.
Image Credit: DCI
Premieres Friday, January 16th at 10/9c and 10:30/9:30c
on Discovery Life Channel

          In the city that never sleeps, the ER never stops. NY ER is a raw and intimate look at life inside the crowded emergency rooms at New York Presbyterian Hospital, University Hospital, and Mount Sinai Hospital. With unparalleled access, cameras are there for all the drama and the trauma documenting the mayhem and miracles that occur in some of the busiest ERs in the country. NY ER’s doctors and nurses are prepared for everything – from the grandmothers, addicts and local celebrities that roll in, to treating gunshots, rare illnesses, and unusual ailments patients wish they never had to confess.
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