Police clear a young doctor of abortion charges, after he has resigned.
A doctor under investigation for an abortion case resigns from Blair.
An anonymous phone caller accuses a doctor of performing an illegal abortion.
Kildare debates an outspoken young doctor on TV about an abortion controversy.
Just before her heart surgery, a nurse learns her missing husband is alive and coming home from Vietnam.
A nurse (Diane Varsi) must decide whether to go ahead with surgery for her heart condition.
Bruno Rossi hopes for a reconciliation with his son, Richard.
Kildare refuses to release the owner of a famous Italian restaurant.
A doctor seeking a replacement for his practice collapses under stress.
Kildare convinces a doctor to readmit a patient for further tests.
A critically ill doctor seeks a young replacement to take over his practice.
Kildare thinks a rival doctor is releasing a young female patient too soon.
A snooping personal physician raises hackles among the hospital staff.
Kildare and a notorious, philandering author are rivals for a nurse's love.
Kildare attempts to intervene when he learns that Nurse Lawton has been invited to the apartment of playboy Damon West.
Kildare becomes aware of Nurse Lawton's growing attraction to author Damon West.
The wife of a philandering author thinks his suicide attempt was phoney.
Kildare discovers the source of a poisoning epidemic in the market district.
A gang beating may lead to the origin of an epidemic in the market district.
Kildare and Gillespie trace a strange epidemic to the market district.
When Kildare follows an ambulance to a fight at a picket line, he meets a colleague.
When a famous atheist sees God, his daughter examines her own beliefs.
A former atheist wants to describe a revelation on an evangelist's TV show.
A former atheist who claims he saw God wants to join a famous evangelist.
A famous atheist claims to have seen and spoken to God during a stroke.
An evangelist implies a stroke suffered by an atheist was divine punishment.
An atheist and his daughter clash with a noted evangelist at the Hospital.
After a startling confession about her past, an intern decides to leave medicine.
A famous pianist is bitter after collapsing on the eve of a comeback concert.
A new crisis occurs in an anthropologist's strange medical condition.
An anthropologist's life seems hopeless; Kildare is the object of an infatuation.
An anthropologist overworks himself to finish a book, against doctor's orders.
A famous anthropologist from Nigeria seems to suffer from pneumonia.
Rachel Field refuses to undergo treatment that will prolong her life.
Emily Field holds her daughter's boyfriend responsible for the girl's injuries in an auto accident.
Despite a serious heart ailment, Joe Quinlan competes in a pool tournament in order to pay for his daughter's hospital bill.
Joe slips out of his sick bed to hustle a wealthy patient in a pool game.
Joe Quinlan doesn't show up for his examination.
Sister Benjamin is forced to give up her missionary work when she's stricken with an illness that she tries to hide from her father.
The patients who have been accepted for kidney-machine treatment are announced.
The selection committee begins its deliberations as to which patients will receive treatment from the newly acquired kidney machine.
Steve tries to bribe Gillespie into letting his son receive treatment on new kidney machine; Fred gets a surprise visitor.
Steve Perrona is stunned when his wife tells him she wants their son put in a foster home.
The committee selecting candidates for kidney machine treatment rules out patients unproductive in society.
Only four patients can receive the new kidney treatment, and it appears that Kildare's friend may have an unfair advantage.
The hospital gets a new artificial kidney machine, but only a few patients will be chosen to use it.
Actor Morgan Bannion won't accept Kildare's diagnosis.
An arrogant actor is unreasonably convinced that he is dying.
After her young patient dies, Dr. Warren resolves to give up medicine.
Fellow student Rudy Devereux organizes a protest against the ouster of Kildare's teaching assistant.
The wife of a medical student asks Kildare to let her husband off duty to attend a party.
Gillespie's intervention in the training of Kildare's students results in a clash between the doctors.
As he becomes more closely involved in the personal problems of his three med-school proteges, Kildare unwittingly gains the enmity of his teaching assistant.
Kildare assumes the role of teacher to three difficult third-year medical students.
Dr. Becker and his long-suffering wife finally reconcile.
The rivalry between Kildare and Becker intensifies when the latter attempts suicide.
Dr. Becker is involved in a serious car accident and finds himself in the care of his opponent, Kildare.
The arrogant Dr. Becker treats his wife cruelly and becomes vindictive when Kildare disagrees openly with him.
If an ambitious airline pilot has asthma, he can no longer fly.
Kildare injures a woman whose religion forbids a necessary blood transfusion.
A famed malpractice lawyer refuses to believe he will recover from surgery.
A nurse pesters Kildare to be allowed to dance in a hospital variety show.
A mother's health will not permit her to donate a kidney for her son.
A brilliant, flamboyant, mysterious patient refuses painkillers.
His fiancee's former suitor reveals her surprising past to Kildare.
Kildare, coming home with a date, is dangerously injured in a car accident.
A new bride worries that an important operation may disfigure her.
A nervous G.P. is reluctant to treat patients after losing a malpractice suit.
Kildare questions the leukemia diagnosis of a research specialist.
A sailor proposes to stop his heart using yoga, for insurance money.
A bride is secretly expecting a child by another man, now dead.
In the hospital for a heart attack, a cab driver worries about his two daughters.
A prospective mother, a former nurse, has a history of unsuccessful pregnancies.
A difficult, arrogant patient accuses a shy young nurse of beating her.
His daughter's dangerous illness is a wake up call to a neglectful songwriter.
A middle-aged prospective father is diagnosed with a critical illness.
A doctor worries about his wife when he learns he has an incurable disease.
Believing he will die, a derelict gives his life' hoarding to fellow patients.
An assistant D.A. wants a death-bed statement from a murder witness.
A father and son have a rare fever, but there is only serum for one.
The father of Kildare's beloved has engaged her to a young Italian nobleman.
Kildare and Gillespie continue their unexpected romances in Rome.
Kildare, in Rome for an important medical breakthrough, falls in love.
A woman's (Ruth Roman) reaction to her doctor husband's death angers the staff, but Kildare senses a deeper problem.
An necessary operation will end a baseball star's athletic career.
A 15-year-old girl at a diabetic children's camp falls in love with Kildare.
A family buys an inscribed tombstone for their still-living aunt.
An optimistic Kildare treats a talented and bitter dress designer.
A bachelor doctor plans a conquest of Gillespie's widowed niece.
A hard-sell salesman refuses to accept his dangerous heart condition.
Gillespie wants a wealthy widow on the Board of Directors, but she wants him.
A hospital kitchen worker's estranged wife has a fatal tumor.
A healthy man claiming ESP enters the hospital because of a "premonition".
Overwhelming debt drives a prizefighter suffering from a severe ulcer to risk his life and keep fighting.
A psychotic beach bum attacks Kildare and a pretty intern on the beach.
Two disgruntled patients, an old man and a teenage girl, form a friendship.
A private hospital refuses to admit a little girl in respiratory distress because her mother can't pay and doesn't have insurance. The girl is rushed to Blair, where she dies.
A volunteer applicant determines to give a sick boy one day of happiness.
Kildare befriends a panic-stricken intern on scholastic probation.
A brilliant ghetto youth forges prescriptions as a fake doctor.
A young corporation president won't slow down after a heart attack.
A young diabetic, bitter about his parents' divorce, refuses medication.
The grandfather of a dead patient plants a bomb in Gillespie's office.
A woman (Suzanne Pleshette) whom men find persuasive brings a mysterious patient to Blair.
An attractive novelist tours the hospital researching for a new book.
Kildare takes over a difficult practice in a near-tenement neighborhood.
A retired heart surgeon tries to take over Kildare's case.
Kildare falls for surfer Pat Holmes (Yvette Mimieux), who must adjust to epilepsy and life away from the ocean.
A young woman (Yvette Mimieux) who blacked out while surfing is discovered to have epilepsy.
A surgeon, an ex-football player, tries to hide his severe arthritis.
A brilliant young surgeon challenges Gillespie for Chief of Staff.
A glamorous female White House correspondent has multiple sclerosis.
An overweight patient gains rather than loses on a low-calorie diet.
Gillespie investigates a staff doctor whose carelessness endangers patients.
Kildare works with Central Supply to dispose of obsolete equipment.
A teen (Marta Kristen) nearly dies from an attempted abortion, which also affects her boyfriend (Tony Dow).
Kildare makes roommates of a widow and an embittered young artist (Molly Picon, Susan Oliver), then regrets it.
A doctor's pregnant wife was exposed to atomic radiation at Nagasaki.
A nurse begs Kildare to keep her father alive to avoid funeral costs.
An irresponsible intern accuses Kildare of having an affair with his wife.
A medical scientist (Pat Hingle) working on a heart/lung machine decides to use it on his ailing wife (Diane Baker) before it is perfected.
An industrialist (James Whitmore) being treated at Blair responds to a gold-digging nurse (Barbara Eden).
A farm couple sues Kildare after he delivers a stillborn child at the roadside following a traffic accident.
Named resident at Blair, Kildare faces a dilemma, and a conflict with Gillespie.
A terminally ill man is worried about his mentally disabled brother, Julius, and who will take care of him.
Kildare cares for an unidentified little girl found unconscious in the park.
An alcoholic patient reveals privileged information about a crime.
A young blind woman scorns the aid of the father who once deserted her.
Kildare hopes a flamboyant patient will improve ward morale.
An intern's missionary wife meets a violent death in the jungle.
Kildare must decide how long to continue life support for a coma patient.
Gillespie hides his profession on a three-day luxury cruise.
Kildare charms a teenage girl who lives in a fairy-tale world.
A wild-living girl bitterly refuses to donate a kidney to save her twin sister.
A middle-aged Australian intern has a harsh bedside manner.
Kildare considers reporting a young woman he suspects of beating her daughter.
A young lab technician (Robert Culp) thinks his outbursts are linked to mental illness, but Kildare and Gillespie suspect otherwise.
Kildare saves a girl who attempts suicide, but tragedy follows.
A neuro-surgeon going blind wants to see Niagara with his wife.
A policeman criticizes Kildare's thorough treatment of a cop killer.
An inexplicable paralysis seizes the healthy legs of a great actress.
Kildare searches for the source of a potential hepatitis epidemic.
A comedian with a bone tumor refuses to face a possible amputation.
A woman's sudden death brings a malpractice suit on Kildare and the hospital.
A female intern must choose between Kildare and a surgical residency.
A teenage girl handles her eye injury better than her mother.
Gillespie falls for the innovative new director of nursing, an attractive widow.
Kildare has mixed feelings about his testimony in a court case.
In Kildare's hometown, the coroner hastily blames a mother for her baby's death.
A pretty nurse's strange behavior may be the effect of narcotics.
A sensitive Indian intern, reprimanded by Gillespie, nears his breaking point.
A paranoid resident feels threatened by an overworked Kildare.
An aphasia patient's hopeless wife plans to put him in a nursing home.
A caustic TV host blames Kildare on the air for his son's death.
Kildare feels responsible when a plastic surgery patient attempts suicide.
The pro-communist heir to a neutral country suffers from a brain tumor.
A cocky medical student (Robert Redford) cracks under the pressure of treating forest-fire victims.
A young expectant mother is frightened and uncooperative.
An experimental drug helps a psychotic whose wife had given up hope.
Kildare wants to operate on a deaf boy, but the mother is unwilling.
An elderly war hero is admitted for malnutrition.
Kildare assists an ambitious doctor researching an incurable disease.
Haunted by his father's death, a doctor drives himself relentlessly.
Kildare falls in love with the daughter of a wealthy doctor's patient.
A doctor, recovering from alcoholism, starts a rehabilitation program.
A remarkable nun helps a woman patient refusing an operation.
One woman suffers her fifth miscarriage; another won't look at her baby.
A drunk, trouble-making, has-been poet has only a few months to live.
A quack convinces Kildare's patient her prescribed surgery is unnecessary.
Kildare is embarrassed by his cousin, a back-slapping rodeo rider.
A pathologist asks a patient for permission to perform his autopsy.
A frightened intern tries to blame his negligence on Dr. Kildare.
A famous jungle surgeon campaigns for money for his new hospital.
Two cases of food poisoning set off a frantic search for the source.
Gillespie's daughter, three months pregnant, attempts suicide.
A fight ensues when a hospital administrator fires a city appointee.
A hard-working accountant pays for his brother's medical education.
A paranoid teenager, stabbed in a fight, springs a knife on Kildare.
A raging, hung-over, well-educated sidewalk Santa is wheeled in Christmas Eve.
A terrified father refuses to allow surgery to save his son's arm.
A promising surgeon suffers an incurable creeping paralysis.
A coma patient's family must decide whether to continue treatment.
Injuring his back, Kildare spends 72 hours in a room of unhappy patients.
A Blair intern is close to death after a holiday car accident.
In Kildare's hometown, an old friend's fiancee is behaving strangely.
A hasty diagnosis leads to a malpractice suit when an old man dies.
An actress, part of a flamboyant clique, suffers a nervous breakdown.
Gillespie worries about an old heart surgeon's fitness to operate.
A beautiful actress and writer with a fatal disease falls in love with Kildare.
A Polish immigrant with smallpox triggers a search for carriers.
Gillespie criticizes Kildare for being abrupt with an abusive patient.