Three doctors try to operate a community hospital in a tough ghetto district.
A pair of depressives, a cynic and a romantic, begin an unlikely romance.
An Army surgeon implicates her fiance in an unauthorized drug experiment.
The mother of a fired resident refuses surgery unless her son is reinstated.
Dr. Gannon helps an intern, blinded in an accident, to continue in medicine.
Dr. Gannon discovers a suicidal split-personality has committed four murders.
A Vietnamese prostitute finds her lost child adopted by friends of Dr. Gannon.
A man demands his 15-year-old daughter give her baby up for adoption.
Gannon suspects a Russian surgeon's misjudgments are politically motivated.
Dr. Gannon must convince a nurse to identify the man who brutally beat her.
A tennis pro (Erik Estrada) blames performance anxiety on a physical ailment.
An escaped convict must risk capture by police to save a dying child.
A famous surgeon has trouble accepting the limitations of his age.
Nursing home inmates hold the Director hostage to protest intolerable conditions.
A surgeon must operate on a girl who is the key to his son's emotional recovery.
Love reunites Dr. Lochner with an opera star who may be dying.
A dying surgeon abandons a patient to fulfill his dreams of adventure.
A surgeon is shocked by her daughter's arrest for prostitution.
A wealthy Arab falls in love and examines his materialistic values.
A young patient becomes infatuated with an unwilling Dr. Gannon.
Dr. Gannon must decide whether to expose a colleague's war record.
A dying patient forces Dr. Gannon to confront his own past.
Gannon discusses the sex-change operation with Pat (Robert Reed) and the family.
A surgeon (Robert Reed) wants to have a sex change.
A girl is paid to convince a disillusioned rock star to have surgery, who finds her out.
A spinster must choose between marriage and caring for her ailing brother.
Gannon protects his patient from fellow victims trapped in a collapsed hospital wing.
Tension mounts when twelve top students vie for seven open internships.
A convicted child molester disputes winning parole by taking an impotence-inducing drug.
A famed politician's wife enters the hospital incognito, and asks to stay that way.
Gannon does not know his new love is a European princess targeted by political enemies.
A pregnant nurse plans to give up her baby and finds the fetus has a birth defect.
A former film star (Cyd Charisse) falls ill while attempting to revive her career.
A young orphan's heart defect jeopardizes his chances for adoption.
Trying to save her life, Gannon shields a young runaway from police.
A vicious young psychotic is destroying a surgeon's confidence and Gannon's career.
A mother-to-be resists surgery, afraid for her baby's health.
An intelligent, irresponsible patient falls for a mentally impaired man.
A gentle researcher is targeted by a fascist group. With Katherine Helmond.
A former cancer patient is stigmatized by her employer.
An interfering socialite hires a suitor for her ailing daughter, and is found out.
An ailing heiress and a bitter convict help keep each other alive.
An ex-priest falls for a blues singer who may be crippled for life.
Gannon saves a chronic invalid from her domineering father.
A mental patient has a relapse upon learning of her husband's affair.
An illegal alien infects his girlfriend, who refuses to name him.
A faith healer (Marjoe Gortner) resists care for his ill wife (Meredith Baxter).
A resident (Monte Markham) learns his wife (Joan Van Ark) is making X-rated movies.
An ill scientist gambles her life to further her career.
A South American girl's voodoo-induced seizures resist modern treatment.
A struggling ventriloquist (Dom DeLuise) is shaken by his nephew's heart ailment.
A boy's life is at risk when a gang leader's girl falsely accuses him of rape.
Two widows -- one wealthy, one poor -- claim to be a boy's mother.
An ailing doctor risks his patient's life to prove his thesis before he dies.
Gannon falls for an amnesiac, cures her, and finds she is married.
Gannon is talked through a delicate surgery by an expert too sick to do it himself.
The man who killed her father is a girl's only hope for a kidney transplant.
A proud man must choose between lifesaving surgery or possible impotence.
Gannon clashes with a "knife-happy" superior (Rosemary Murphy).
A rebellious doctor's views threaten the lives of two patients - one his own child.
A derelict who fakes her way into the hospital turns out to be truly ill.
The killer stalking Gannon is a hospital co-worker.
A doctor's (Bradford Dillman) compulsive gambling risks his career and his wife's life.
A resident (Barry Primus) falls for a patient (Jessica Walter) and finds she is a call girl.
A reporter's insistence on a boy's unwilling return to war-torn Ireland seems inexplicable.
A world-class diver ignores her illness to concentrate on her career. With Joan Blondell.
Gannon falls for a co-worker whose husband returns after years as a Vietnam prisoner of war.
A miscarriage-prone woman mourning the death of her adopted child becomes pregnant again.
A patient overreacts to the news that her psychiatrist is a lesbian.
A surgeon's (William Windom) midlife crisis threatens his career and marriage.
Gannon risks going to a hostile small town to help a patient and find a killer.
A girl (Belinda J. Montgomery) must face a family secret to cure her hysterical paralysis.
His fiancee's daughter's illness forces Dr. Lochner to choose between love and medicine.
Gannon prevents a grieving, ailing woman's (Stefanie Powers) suicide.
With her son's life in the balance, a woman must bare her guilty secret.
Gannon's heroics inspire a doctor (Celeste Holm) to reevaluate her own life.
A businesswoman refuses to help her late husband's illegitimate son.
A surgeon (Larry Hagman) endures morphine withdrawal to save his wife's (Barbara Feldon) life.
An ailing performer feels the show must go on to save her grandfather's circus.
A single mother and a lonely hospital volunteer learn they can help each other.
An apprentice physician's assistant will not believe Gannon's interest in her is strictly professional.
A brilliant surgeon must choose between his career and caring for his mentally ill wife.
A doctor (Robert Foxworth) suffers from an unhealthy emotional dependency.
An ailing doctor must decide between marrying a millionaire or practicing medicine.
Gannon challenges the sanctioned use of drugs by athletes. With William Devane.
A tough cop helps a nun who was raped regain her faith.
A man who once committed a mercy killing is suspected of doing it again.
A Mexican healer and his doctor son clash over a superstitious woman's treatment.
A depressed patient (Lee Purcell) delays needed surgery to run off with a phony adventurer.
An ailing man (Paul Burke) must face his limitations and accept his wife's (Diana Muldaur) career.
A wild teen must be separated from her new-found friend (Geraldine Page) before treatment.
An intern (Harry Guardino) is disillusioned with medicine when his new wife dies of cancer.
A family secret is the cause of a boy's hysterical deafness.
The death of his roommate makes a young patient (Sean Kelly) distrust Gannon.
A false pregnancy threatens a woman's life and marriage.
A psychic's vision of his wife dying in surgery is part of a lovers' plot.
When a politician dies, his family accuses Gannon of malpractice.
A man confesses to a rape he did not commit, jeopardizing his fiancee's medical career.
A wife (Barbara Rush) does not adjust well to her husband's recovery from a long coma.
A patient's life is the ransom for a surgeon's (Michael Tolan) hostage wife.
A young doctor (Monte Markham) chooses between a fast-track career or a slow rural practice.
A reformed alcoholic (Michael Callan) backslides when his wife ails.
Gannon and a public health officer clash over a hunt for a plague carrier.
Gannon rekindles an old flame (Claudine Auger) with a torrid past.
Gannon turns from surgeon to sleuth to clear himself and Lochner's sister from murder charges.
Gannon uncovers a murder, only to find himself a prime suspect.
A marital crisis badly affects an adopted boy.
Gannon debates hurting a friendship or violating a patient's confidence.
A quack doctor (George Maharis) romances and endangers a seriously ill patient.
Financial pressure drives a medical student (Susan Strasberg) to prostitution.
Gannon defends a doctor accused of a sex offense.
A chronic invalid believes refusing a cure will protect her son.
A paralyzed man's mentally impaired brother (Michael Douglas) and fearful fiancee learn they can help him.
An impotent husband saves his marriage by confronting his rich father-in-law.
An ill surgeon (Barry Sullivan) resists retirement.
An evangelist's (Pamela Payton-Wright) husband and faith oppose her needed surgery.
An artificially inseminated wife's (Stefanie Powers) heart condition may warrant an abortion.
Gannon must expose his former idol (Forrest Tucker) as a quack.
A doctor's (Steve Lawrence) ambition risks his father's life.
A fugitive (William Windom) with a rare blood type is the only one who can save his son.
Gannon helps an aging surgeon (Pat Hingle) find a new career.
A doctor's (Richard Kiley) career and self-esteem are restored by his ex-wife.
Lochner's ex-wife (Dina Merrill) surfaces with a daughter she claims is his.
A man (Peter Strauss) tries to steal hospital funds to pay his wife's medical bills.
A man (Jack Carter) with a brain tumor cheers a suicidal girl (Joan Van Ark), then attacks her.
Gannon rescues an unwanted teen (Pamela Franklin) misdiagnosed as mentally impaired.
A lost radioactive implant endangers Medical Center personnel.
A near-fatal mishap reveals a sister's sinister plot.
An intern's love affair develops medical complications.
An Indian medicine man (Geoffrey Deuel) battles prejudice to study modern treatment.
Gannon unwillingly supports a rebellious, brilliant doctor (Gary Lockwood) against higher-ups.
Gannon treats opposing victims of a campus riot.
A student (Belinda Montgomery) of Gannon claims he fathered her unborn baby.
Temporarily blind Gannon is stalked by a would-be killer.
A jealous husband (Barry Sullivan) accuses Gannon of malpractice.
A superstitious patient (Joan Delaney) must choose between witchcraft and medicine.
A surgeon (Steve Forrest) returned from Vietnam must face his alcoholism.
A wife (Lois Nettleton) hurts her marriage by refusing to admit her child's retardation.
Gannon clashes with a protege (William Devane) over a drug clinic's policies.
An ambitious surgeon (Vera Miles) slanders Gannon to win his job.
Only Gannon believes a resident (Gary Lockwood) is innocent of rape.
A junkie's (Heidi Vaughn) parents learn they are pressuring her into drug abuse.
Gannon battles bigotry to champion a researcher's (Paul Burke) lifesaving discoveries.
Gannon helps an ailing colleague (George Grizzard), then is accused of professional piracy.
Gannon finds his aide's (Sharon Farrell) motives for sterilization surgery to be suspect.
A resident (Georg Stanford Brown) unjustly accuses Gannon of bigotry.
A doctor neglects one son (David Cassidy) to favor the other (Ben Murphy).
Protecting a patient's privacy puts Gannon's job in jeopardy.
A researcher's (William Shatner) untested "cure" does more harm than good.
Gannon makes an ex-athlete (Forrest Tucker) face reality.
Vacationer Gannon must operate on his fatally ill new love (Shelby Grant).
A dedicated nurse (Mercedes McCambridge) fears being unable to work after surgery.
A hip clergyman (Martin Sheen) risks his life to help a young parolee (Bruce Davison).
Parental opposition impedes Gannon's efforts to restore a girl's (Heidi Vaughn) sight.
A runaway (Richard Thomas) refuses to get parental permission for an operation.
Lochner must decide whether to treat his ill daughter or reassign her case.
Family secrets and conflicts emerge when a girl (Carrie Snodgrass) needs a kidney transplant.
Gannon and Lochner each favor a different intern competing for a job.
Gannon restores a student nurse's (Belinda Montgomery) self-confidence after a patient dies.
A grieving orphan (Fabian Gregory) resists help from a wealthy widow (Lee Grant).
An ambassador must choose between having life-saving surgery or continuing vital diplomacy.
A student's violent actions are caused by physical problems.
Gannon and his new boss (John Marley) clash over a patient's treatment.
An unwed pregnant girl's parents are unsupportive.
Gannon gets an addict (Tim Considine) off drugs, but needed medication may return his habit.
An injured Vietnamese girl (France Nuyen) comes to America for treatment, then resists it.
Gannon helps an ailing woman (Barbara Rush) continue her pregnancy.
A loud-mouthed salesman (Gerald S. O'Loughlin) is a suicidal boy's (Robert Pine) unlikely savior.
Gannon suspects a boy's bruises come from abuse, not accident.
An aspiring football star (O.J. Simpson) refuses treatment that may harm his career.