In the first of a four part story arc, Kildare clashes with an esteemed and egomanical doctor.
A doctor with whom Kildare clashed in put into his care following a serious automobile accident.
After Kildare thwarts his suicide attempt, a doctor is bent on getting even.
Despite being partially paralyzed, Dr. Becker is the only one who can perform an operation---on the man responsible for his paralysis.
Kildare is assigned to supervise the training of three third year medical students.
As he becomes more closely involved in the personal problems of his three med school proteges, Kildare unwittingly gains the emnity of his teaching assistant.
Kildare and Gillespie clash when the older doctor intervenes in the training of three medical students.
The wife of one of Kildare's students asks him to let her husband off duty to attend a party.
A medical student organizes a protest against the ouster of Kildare's teaching assistant.
A female doctor decides to give up medicine after a young patient in her charge assumes room temperature.
A hard living actor is convinced that he is suffering from cancer.
An actor refuses to accept Kildare's medical diagnosis.
Though the hospital has just received a new kidney machine only a few patients will be chosen to use it.
Only four patients will be able to use Blair's newly acquired kidney machine. Will one of them be a friend of Kildare?
A committee is chosen to select candidates for kidney machine treatment and they immediately rule out patients considered unproductive in society.
A husband is stunned when his wife suggests putting their ill son in a foster home.
A father tries to bribe Gillespie into letting his son receive treatment on Blair's new kidney machine.
The selection committee begins its deliberations as to which patients will receive treatment on Blair's newly acquired kidney machine.
The results of the selection committee's decision are announced.
A missionary is forced to give up her work when she's diagnosed with leukemia. She tries to keep the news from her pool shark father.
A pool hustler fails to show up at the hospital for a scheduled medical examination.
Pool shark Joe Quinlan slips out of his hospital bed to hustle a wealthy fellow patient in a game.
Despite heart problems, pool shark Joe Quinlan competes in a tournament in order to win money for his daughter's medical bills.
A mother holds her daughter's boyfriend responsible for the girl's injuries in an automobile accident.
A despondent woman refuses medical treatment that will prolong her life.
An anthropologist, arriving at Blair Hospital for treatment, brings along his own nurse.
Kildare is worried that his unruly anthropologist patient might have a relapse.
Gillespie blames Kildare when the health of a hospitalized anthropologist fails to improve.
A malignant tissue is discovered in a hospitalized anthropologist.
Gillespie asks a female intern to accept a residency at Blair.
A temperamental pianist's career is threatened by Parkinson's Disease.
Gillespie fears there will be fireworks when a prominent atheist is scheduled to check into Blair Hospital at the same time as a noted evangelist.
A reporter tricks an evangelist into implying that the heart attack of a prominent atheist was divine retribution.
A prominent atheist becomes a true religious believer after a brush with death.
A former atheist's daughter is stunned to learn that her father will be joining an evangelist's crusade.
Kildare, worried about the man's health, tries to prevent a former atheist from appearing on a religious telecast by having him declared mentally incompetent.
A former atheist is determined to appear on television with an evangelist no matter the cost to his health or the effect of his actions on his daughter.
An emergency call for doctors results in a reunion for Kildare and an Afro-American doctor friend of his from medical school.
The sister of an Afro-American doctor asks Kildare to help persuade her brother to quit practicing medicine in the ghetto and take a better paying job.
A patient refuses to return home with his physician brother.
An Afro-American doctor comes to a final decision about his future.
Kildare must deal with a playboy author who attempts suicide and a woman about to give birth to a baby her hubby doesn't want.
Kildare is worried about a nurse's growing attraction to a hospitalized author with a reputation as a playboy.
Kildare suspects the worse when he learns that a nurse is paying a visit to the apartment of a playboy author.
Kildare thinks he's come up with a solution to the problems of a couple who are expecting their first child.
A smokin' hot but volatile patient comes to detest her Captain Kirk like doctor and responds only to another doctor who is himself a patient at Blair Hospital.
Kildare catches a patient/doctor snooping on the interns and incurs the wrath of a Captain Kirk-like physician.
A hospitalized doctor learns that his wife is pregnant.
Kildare thinks he's finally diagnosed a dancer's mysterious malady but must persuade her to re-enter Blair Hospital for tests to prove his diagnosis.
A hospitalized general practitioner, suffering from a ballooning artery, endangers his already precarious health even further by arguing with his Captain Kirk-like physician.
After his father is hospitalized at Blair for a terminal illness, an aspiring actor returns home to see him for the final time.
An actor desperately tries to prove to his dying father that his choice of careers was the right one.
A nurse must decide whether to risk surgery for her heart condition.
Right before she's scheduled to undergo heart surgery, a nurse learns that her husband, reported MIA in Vietnam, is alive and returning home.
Kildare and another doctor appear on a TV panel show and get into a debate regarding abortion laws.
A fellow doctor accuses Kildare of informing the police about his involvement in an illegal abortion.
A doctor who was once involved in an illegal abortion gives up his residency at Blair Hospital and becomes a small-town general practitioner.
Kildare pays a surprise visit to a young minister concerning a doctor who recently left Blair Hospital.