It's M.A.S.H. in Kandahar, Afghanistan, 2006 but without the black comedy.
The story line evolves around the life and work of the doctors and nurses of a Role 3 multinational medical facility in the southern part of war torn Afghanistan. It gives the viewers a glimpse of how is it to be in a war zone and how it bridges the gap between nations joined hand in hand in healing enemies, allies, and civilians treated depending on their medical needs. It also shows the heroism of the men and women of the medical corp as they defy the odds in order to save lives.
Noteable cast members are Elias Koteas who plays Canadian Coronel Xavier Marks, the boss-man of the hospital. He is strict and no nonsense but is fair and just in his treatment of his subordinates. Luke Mably as British civilian neurosurgeon Dr. Simon Hill, his brillian surgical skills makes him think that he is God's gift to mankind (not to mention womenkind). Suave and silky smooth with women. The resident lady's man. Terry Chen as American Captain Bobby Trang the trauma team leader. He was put on the spot by Coronel Marks and tasked him to be the trauma team leader on his first day. Did not do a first impression but he has since shown his worth in succeding events of a very busy first day. And, the biggest reason I got myself hooked in this series is because of Michelle Borth who plays Canadian surgeon Major Rebecca Gordon. I adore Kate Beckinsale and Michelle is a deadringer! But there's no turning your eyes off a woman in uniform---the ultimate turn on!