Very different patients cause problems; with Kathryn Crosby, Gavin MacLeod.
Two patients, a man and a woman, with opposing symptoms puzzle Casey; with Juliet Mills.
Casey finds the cause of a boy's lethal temper outbursts.
One twin has sympathetic pains for the other; with Viveca Lindfors, Kim Darby.
An agent (Jack Carter) threatens to expose a singer who impregnated his under-age daughter.
A woman tries to direct her son's career; with Jeanne Cooper, David Ladd.
Casey dates a patient to secretly observe her symptoms.
A settlement worker (Dana Wynter) is addicted to pain killers.
A rabble-rousing writer (Dane Clark) can pass out at will.
A hit-and-run driver confesses to a priest.
A desperately ill man's wife insists that Casey use a new drug.
The father of a head-injury patient blames his son-in-law, also a patient; with Yvonne Craig.
A journalist wants to do an expose on the hospital.
Casey saves a superior who fires him, and looks into organized crime; with Lainie Kazan.
Casey is reprimanded for treating a foreign-exchange intern sternly.
Casey is to choose awardees of a foundation for grants to artists and doctors.
Facing surgery, a police officer (Macdonald Carey) hides his identity.
Caught in a riot at a coffeehouse, a Chinese intern is jailed; with James Hong, James Shigeta.
A physician (Dick Clark) acclaimed for his work in Africa has an unknown illness.
A new orderly is suspected of pilfering from the hospital to help poor patients.
A woman patient cannot sign authorization papers; with Julie Sommars, Malachi Throne.
The hospital board revives a malpractice suit against Casey; with Hari Rhodes.
A revolutionary defies his son to set up a command-post hospital; with Michael Ansara, Nehemiah Persoff.
A cantor and a young black man have lost faith; with Don Marshall.
Tests indicate a woman is feigning a polio attack.
A woman claims a doctor's tests on her husband could cause death; with Leslie Nielsen.
A surgeon feels psychiatric care for his wife will change their relationship; with Percy Rodriguez, Eartha Kitt.
Two of Casey's patients develop a psychic relationship.
Casey has an appendectomy and meets a leprechaun; with Tom Bosley, Cesar Romero, Billy Mumy.
Con men unleash a wave of larceny at County General.
A distraught young father argues for euthanasia for his suffering, dying wife; with Red Buttons.
A doctor must admit his impotence and seek help; with Jack Klugman.
Three new interns are put through their paces; with Carroll O'Connor, Marlo Thomas, Nick Adams.
Filling in for another doctor, Casey treats a cranky, ailing miser.
Hoffman rebels at his new stepmother's (Gloria Swanson) manipulations.
Casey won't let a new resident (Jerry Lewis) use humor to cope.
A dockworker's mother says he is faking symptoms; with Viveca Lindfors.
A father (Van Johnson) accuses his son of malingering.
A 12-year-old genius induces epileptic seizures; with Roddy McDowall.
A philosophy scholar diagnoses himself and others; with Walter Koenig, Barbara Barrie.
A diabetic girl who neglects her insulin may go blind; with Patricia Hyland.
In San Francisco, Casey romances a Soviet ballerina (Susan Oliver).
An Australian expatriate redeems himself; a father and son reconcile.
Casey helps a cerebral palsy patient and his family; with Tony Bill, Elsa Lanchester, Maureen O'Sullivan.
A disabled woman falls for a puppeteer; with Joan Hackett, Robert Loggia.
A biochemist with cancer wants a pain-killing operation.
A doctor treats his ward as if it were a private rest home.
A desperately ill nurse (Shelley Winters) insists on bearing her child.
Casey and Hoffman's idol, Dr. Swanson (Barry Sullivan), is merely human.
Tragedy befalls a mother; with Pippa Scott.
A child with a head injury is found to be deaf and mute.
An ambitious surgeon (Peter Falk) neglects everything to prevent an epidemic.
Casey must choose between a rich beauty and medicine.
Casey falls for a patient; with Robert Culp.
Before exams, a grad student must undergo brain surgery.
A truck hits a disfigured alcoholic.
A woman conceals her illness from her daughter.
Missionary helps Casey save an atheist's pregnant wife.
A doomed man (Lew Ayres) has a final fling; directed by Vince Edwards.
A businesswoman wills her firm's assets to the hospital.
A dying Indian inspires a youth fearing surgery.
A young widow clings to Casey for comfort.
A hospitalized girl seeks comfort from a junk dealer; with Sheree North.
A clinic operator claims treatments eliminate the need for cancer surgery; with Richard Kiley.
Casey uses medical skill and compassion to treat an alcoholic; with Jill Ireland.
Casey is censured for using an unlicensed surgeon; with Harry Guardino.
A Korean War veteran refuses anesthesia for a bullet removal.
Two patients agree each will be the other's beneficiary; with Bradford Dillman, Sally Kellerman.
An assault victim feigns amnesia to keep it secret from her fiance.
A rare blood-type is needed to save a girl.
Brain surgery may change an amnesiac's life; with James Gregory.
A Skid Row bum (Phil Harris) sells his eye for an experiment.
An elderly patient hides his identity to protect his relatives; with Norman Fell.
Nightmares and self-doubt plague a neurosurgeon; with Dana Andrews.
Casey tries to restore a stripper's self-confidence; with George Grizzard.
A precocious 11-year-old (Ann Jillian) confounds Casey.
A near-tragedy fails to move a patient's physician husband; with Barbara Rush.
A doctor (Barry Nelson) has multiple sclerosis and a failing marriage.
An operatic diva (Mary Astor) faces blindness; directed by Vince Edwards.
Casey must decide whether to take an unwed refugee's baby; with Dean Jones.
An unstable patient tells Graham privileged information; with Ricardo Montalban.
A nurse (Piper Laurie) fights her growing love for a cancer patient (Richard Basehart).
Casey suspects a factory worker has lead poisoning.
Casey testifies to defend unauthorized emergency surgery; with Barry Sullivan, Beau Bridges.
A father clashes with Casey over his son's surgery; with Barry Sullivan, Beau Bridges.
Casey looks after a widowed hospital worker's 11-year-old (Suzanne Somers).
A baseball player (Sammy Davis Jr.) loses an eye; with Greg Morris.
A rich girl (Anne Francis) proposes to Casey.
A worker has a radioactive substance in his spine.
Curing a youth of physical problems is not enough.
A physician patient refuses surgery and impedes his daughter's romance.
Foster parents are divided over surgery for an adopted infant.
A psychiatrist uses truth serum on a patient; with Patricia Neal.
A singer with an inoperable brain tumor perseveres.
A partially paralyzed architect must abandon his cathedral plans.
A 40-year-old father insists on completing his internship; with James Whitmore.
A disfigured patient helps a girl facing blindness; with Mariette Hartley, Dan O'Herlihy.
A self-destructive pro football player refuses surgery.
A crusader's campaign against a councilman embarrasses a nurse; with Ray Walston.
A woman warns her pianist niece about her destructive mother.
Casey suspects two children's injuries are not accidents.
A surgeon must operate on his hated ex-wife.
An ambitious intern neglects his hospital duties.
A psychiatrist becomes obsessed with a treatment method; with Leslie Nielsen.
A movie star can retire or work himself to death; with Gary Merrill.
Zorba orders Casey to discontinue the attorney's (Kim Stanley) morphine.
A hospitalized attorney (Kim Stanley) threatens Casey's career.
Doctor wants physical therapy instead of surgery; with Stephen Hill.
A self-appointed social worker cheers patients with tricks.
Casey is asked to testify that brain surgery will cure a killer; with Burgess Meredith.
A salesman who ran into a crippled woman tries to sweet-talk her.
A veteran nurse isolates patients and gives them plum pudding; with Richard Jordan.
Casey releases a mentally impaired man, who frequents the firehouse.
Casey offers false hope to a cancer patient; with Elizabeth Ashley.
Amnesiac has several identities and two wives.
An Orthodox Jew and a priest bolster a race driver's faith; with Carroll O'Connor.
A boy's surgery depends on a test result.
Casey tries to save a doomed killer and a blinded woman.
An ailing wanderer judges his estranged daughters as heirs; with Rod Steiger.
The hospital suffers a power outage; with Michael Constantine.
Casey's brain surgery blinds a young patient; with Patty Duke, Joanne Linville.
The wife of a murdered neurosurgeon protects her daughter; with Tuesday Weld.
A victim of a simple accident suffers a mental collapse.
A business magnate (Eddie Albert) kills during a seizure.
Casey performs surgery to combat smallpox.
A nurse and a patient exhibit middle-age stress.
A victim of the Hiroshima blast has psychological problems.
Casey encounters fear and superstition during house calls.
Casey treats a dazed woman for a concussion.
There is only enough of a drug for one of two patients.
An injured boxer refuses medical tests; with Hari Rhodes.
Superstitions unite an ex-Army pilot and an Indian boy; with Cliff Robertson.
A domineering father and lovelorn daughter battle; with Suzanne Pleshette, Keenan Wynn.
Casey and a refugee doctor argue over a prison-ward patient.
A veteran doctor sues Casey for slander; with Ed Begley.
A surgeon exhibits signs of a nervous disorder; with Jack Klugman.
A hospital associate practices unorthodox medicine; with Jack Warden.
A mother hopes an operation will cure her mentally impaired son; with Lee Marvin.
The admittance room shows the seamy side of hospital life.
Casey risks his career by helping an alcoholic.
A pregnant woman faces brain surgery.
Casey suspects a shooting was done by police; with Telly Savalas, Bruce Dern.
Casey gives a woman medical and psychological help.
A doctor withholds information from police.
Casey battles a family in court to save a patient.
Casey clashes with a pediatrician; an elderly patient is brave.
Casey confronts a malingerer and a terrified surgeon.
Children's laughter cheers an entertainer facing brain surgery.
A tycoon tries to hide his illness from investors.
A surgeon (George C. Scott) forges prescriptions for himself.
Casey's old teacher faces dangerous heart surgery.
Casey treats a girl over her mother's objections.
In danger himself, Casey fights to do radical surgery.