Well they did have a few transplant cases involved here, but the direction of the show was mostly on the trauma of the bus accident.
It seems the writers have seemed to loose their focus on the point of the show. Obviously this is a hospital with an ER, but I'm not sure if the show should be called ER or Three Rivers which is suppose to be focused on the transplant of organs.
The main storyline here is the bus crash and the results of the different cases. We get a ridiculously stupid backup story about the transplant coordinator getting stuck between a nosy patient who needs a new heart's wife and the surgeon. In general the show has good acting. The production seems pretty good also. Where the show seems to loose it is the stories that are told. Again the most empathetic character of the bunch is the young man who is the transplant coordinator. They are trying to soften the doctors and the veneers seem to be coming off some of the characters especially the younger ones. It may be taking them too long to react to viewers and their general reaction to the show.
We'll see how much longer this show is around. Thanks for reading...