29 October 2008 | feeco
Rather life-like hospital series with lovable characters and everyday situations
Medicina Generale is a far more lovable and real-life-like hospital series than those American ones we are used to by watching ER or Grey's Anatomy. It is about the everyday life of an Italian Hospital, people who work there and patients who happen to get there. We also see interesting medical treatments and several problems of doctors' and nurses' private life. The characters are not as exaggerated and unreal as we see that in American hospital series. However, Medicina Generale still cannot be as enjoyable as the great Czechoslovakian "Nemocnice...". I am looking forward to seeing new episodes, since it's been the best hospital series I see in a long while.