Drama centering around the work and private lives of the doctors, medical professionals and staff attached to a busy Dublin clinic.
It's Ed's birthday and the day starts off with him catching a junkie breaking into the surgery.
Today is the anniversary of the day Cathy gave birth to a stillborn baby. Cathy and Ed's grief is private so much so they can't even talk to each other about it.
Keelin has to face up to the news about her mother's cancer. She realizes that her family cannot cope and she has to give up her single lifestyle and move back home.
Alex, who is gay, considers starting a thing with local barman, Michael. His carefree existence is abruptly shattered however by a needle stick incident.
Susie's life is changed totally with the unexpected arrival of her teenage daughter Moya, who has decided to leave her home with Susie's parents and move in with her mother.
Dan, dogged by rumors that he botched an operation in the UK, becomes increasingly reliant on his drug habit. When approached by a female refugee who asks him to operate on her mutilated breast.
Patrick's long-running case with Sean, plus his constant work load, takes its toll on his own mental health and he has a breakdown.
Cathy and Ed attend Mary's funeral. The event gives them a chance to talk about their own grief over the baby. They are reconciled. Back at the clinic, confusion reigns while the doctors are away.
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