70 Days with Hugh Jackman
Lights, camera, action!
Years of caring for critically ill patients came naturally to Sandy, an RN who trained in hospitals across the country in intensive care units and emergency rooms. She discovered this was just the background needed to render treatment to world-renowned directors, producers, movie crews, and movie stars injured during the production of a movie.
There was no movie script to follow. No lines to learn. When the cameras were rolling, accidents happened without warning.
The best advice to follow was, if you didn't know how to handle an emergency, then just get out of the way. Someone's life depended on how fast the set medic could move and treat a severed artery, anaphylaxis, or blunt trauma to the chest.
Now she found herself working with one of the biggest movies stars in the industry-Hugh Jackman. What could possibly go wrong, you ask?
Well, just grab your jump kit and be ready for anything!