Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that some of the bloodiest scenes in this soapy, tropical-set medical drama are so gory that even adults may sometimes have to look away, which makes them too intense for young children. Most other content is comparatively mild: low-level swearing (mostly words like "damn" or "hell"), some sexual references/tension, and some social drinking.
Some kissing and sexual tension between co-workers, with implied bed-hopping. Terms like "orgasm."
Violent, bloody episodes are a regular part of the plot, whether it's scheduled surgery or a grizzly accident. Kids are seen very sick, and there's an occasional glimpse of a dead body. Some close-ups are extremely graphic.
Language includes words like "ass," "damn," "hell," etc.
The overall message is that medicine can help people and save lives, but it isn't a panacea. Sometimes doctors lose patients in spite of their best efforts. Teamwork and trust are essential.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some social drinking after work to blow off tension. At least one character occasionally overimbibes to deal with grief.