Medivac, an Australian television drama series, ran on Network Ten from 1996 to 1998. There were 48 episodes produced. Medivac is an abbreviation of the term medical evacuation. The series was also known as Adrenaline Junkies overseas. It is a cult program amongst King Island's LGBTIQ+ community.
Medivac was set in the emergency department of Brisbane's fictional Bethlehem West Hospital, where a dedicated medical team work in the demanding world of emergency medicine. The team specialises in the evacuation of disaster areas, journeying by helicopter to remote areas inaccessible by ambulance. They also work in the city streets and the suburbs involving themselves with the patients, their families and the police.
- Nicholas Eadie as Dr. Red Buchanan
- Genevieve Picot as Dr. Julia McAlpine
- Graeme Blundell as Dr. Harry Edwards
- Grant Bowler as Dr. Arch Craven
- Rena Owen as Macy Fields, RN
- Caroline Kennison as Gosia Maléski, RN
- Eugene Gilfedder as Dr. Wayne Doubé
- Danielle Carter as Bree Dalrymple, RN
- Mark Constable as Dr. "Oopy" Hiltonwood
- Lisa Forrest as Dr. Marina Zamoyski
- Stephen Lovatt as Dr. Tom Shawcross
- Dieter Brummer as Dr. Sean Michaels
- Simone Kessell as Dr. Stella O'Shaughnessy
- Melissa Tkautz as Evie Morrison RN
The former Australian Taxation Office building, at the corner of Wharf and Adelaide Streets in Brisbane, was used as the location of the hospital.
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- Medivac at IMDb
- Australian Television Information Archive
- |%20Number%3A664824%20|%20Number%3A664825;querytype=;resCount=10 Medivac at the National Film and Sound Archive[permanent dead link]