GP offer: medical dramas on DVD

No, don't do it that way, try intubating first…

If you have been missing the drama of Chicago’s County General ER, you will be pleased to know that the complete seventh season of the award-winning medical series is now available on DVD. And with the launch of the boxed set, we have joined with Warmer Home Video to give away five copies to GP readers.  

This is the season with emotion-filled storylines aplenty, the one where Dr Mark Greene (Anthony Edwards) sets up home and family with Alex Kingston’s Corday only to discover that he has a brain tumour. Carter (Noah Wyle) struggles with drugs and Abby (Maura Tierny) stands by him, while Sally Field joins the cast as Abby’s bipolar mother, winning an Emmy award for her highly charged role.  

And that is all set amidst the crises of the emergency room, spectacularly severe in the 150th episode where a massive train wreck gives the doctors more than their usual overwhelming workload to keep them busy.  

The box set, worth £45, features all 22 episodes from the seventh season of what has been described as one of the best television dramas at the height of its powers.

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