The cast and the producers of your favorite medical dramas are practicing what they preach and acting like REAL LIFE heroes by donating their needed medical supplies to first responders and local hospitals.
"Grey's Anatomy," "Station 19," and "The Resident" are all taking measures to give the community what they need to help combat the coronavirus at all costs.
"Grey's Anatomy" and "Station 19" have donated their N95 masks, gowns, and latex gloves to first responders and local medical institutions.
At "Station 19," a of a spinoff of "Grey's Anatomy," producer Krista Vernoff said that they had over 300 of the N95 masks that they were able to donate to the City of Ontario Fire Department and another in Los Angeles.
"The Resident," another highly watched medical drama donated their supplies to the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Emory University in Atlanta.
The hospital's program director posted a very grateful Instagram post expressing her and her team's unrelenting gratitude adding,
"Thank you, @theresidentonfox and @foxtv for being helpers. We needed this kind of good news today."
These kinds of donations and generous gestures helps not only the medical staff who need these extra supplies on hand to help fight the coronavirus depletion of resources but also enforcing positive morale in this country so that we can see the good and continue to want to help and fight in any way we can even if that just means staying inside.