After four months away with her family, Ruby returns to the Good Karma Hospital with her pregnant sister just as an influx of expectant mothers overwhelms the maternity ward. Lydia and Gabriel give Ruby a less-than-warm welcome when they realize she's not back to work. Meanwhile, Greg receives an unexpected visit from a family member.
Lydia and her staff anxiously await the arrival of the Miracle Train, a mobile service that provides free surgeries, and Gabriel is shocked to see his old mentor, Dr. Aisha Ray, step off the train. Lydia tries to convince a patient to have a life-changing operation, while Sister Mari wants to help Jyoti, one of her best nurses.
Ruby and Ram administer a house call to a recalcitrant man who refuses to leave his home, but they disagree on treatment. Furious that Aisha has chosen to stay in Barco, Gabriel decides to come clean to Ruby. Lydia devotes herself to finding Jyoti's attacker.
AJ returns home from medical school to assist at the hospital on his break, while Greg discovers his daughter, Tommy, is hiding a shocking secret. When Lydia sends Ruby to investigate a possible case of dengue fever at a nearby mission village, Ruby decides to bring along one of her patients, who is searching for his long-lost love.
It's Diwali, and revelers cause chaos throughout the town. Lydia tries to help a deaf runaway teenager, while Gabriel and Aisha are thrown together in a festival clinic. To Mari's surprise, Jyoti discharges herself, but is she ready to go home?
As Lydia and Mari disagree about how to support Jyoti, AJ helps a patient with mysterious abdominal pain. Still reeling from what happened with Gabriel, Ruby struggles to return to her normal duties at the hospital.
Run Time: 4 1/2 hours
Number of discs: 2
Foreign Language Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Format: 5.1 Dolby Digital
Disclaimer: Contains strong language and graphic medical scenes
Amrita Acharia (Game of Thrones), Amanda Redman (New Tricks), Neil Morrissey (Line of Duty, Striking Out), Philip Jackson (Agatha Christie’s Poirot), James Floyd (Falcón), Darshan Jariwala (Sense8), Nimmi Harasgama (Doctors).
“Like any good story about life, there’s humor and heartbreak…love and loss” —Metro (UK)
“Engaging drama that has wonderfully real women at its heart” —Sunday Mirror (UK)
“Warmhearted yet powerful medical drama” —TV Times (UK)