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Dr. Mark Sloan is chief of Internal Medicine at Community General Hospital -- and sometime consultant to the local police department. When he's drawn into a case, he combines sleuthing and medicine to solve the crime. That crime is usually one his detective son, Steve, is working on as a member of the local police department. Dr. Sloan's medical colleagues, including doctors Amanda Bentley, Jack Stewart and Jesse Travis, are also frequently drawn into his investigations.

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aired 225 days ago
When a filmmaker begins using Community General Hospital as the location for an eerie documentary, Dr. Sloan discovers it may be haunted.
aired 225 days ago
Mark, deeply concerned about his son's new love interest and stuck home with a broken leg, takes to eyeing his neighbors through binoculars, a la Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window.".
aired 225 days ago
Mark, deeply concerned about his son's new love interest and stuck home with a broken leg, takes to eyeing his neighbors through binoculars, a la Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window.".
aired 225 days ago
Dr. Sloan investigates a controversial attorney who confesses to murder while near death but recants after he recovers.
aired 225 days ago
A newspaper reporter goes to Mark for help when she suspects a New Age religion is responsible for the stabbing of her dance partner.
aired 225 days ago
Jesse and Amanda stand in the way of a killer who's scheming to get their multi-million dollar inheritance.
aired 225 days ago
Mark takes on the extortionists responsible for murdering the twin sister of a young woman who claims Dr. Travis fathered her infant son.
aired 225 days ago
When a big-time bookie and a gambling heart surgeon turn up dead, Mark bets that something foul is afoot.
aired 225 days ago
Mark attempts to discover why his father, a former police detective, vanished more than 50 years earlier, leaving him and his mother to fend for themselves.
aired 225 days ago
The shooting death of a patient opens a doorway to Mark's past that forces him to face the disappearance of his father.
aired 225 days ago
Dr. Sloan investigates the demise of a television star who may have died because of compulsive dieting.
aired 225 days ago
Someone kills a medical student, drains his blood and stores the corpse in the Community General morgue.
aired 225 days ago
A priest suspected of murder hears the true killer's confession and can't break his vow of confidentially, so Mark goes under cover to clear his name and put the real killer behind bars.
aired 225 days ago
Mark gets wrapped up in the world of high fashion and designer drugs while tracking down the person responsible for planting a bomb that killed his friend on his wedding day.
aired 225 days ago
To investigate a possible murder, Dr. Sloan goes into a house of roommates who are monitored 24 hours a day by cameras for a national television series.
aired 226 days ago
Mark discovers that an impassioned love affair between a nurse and a 17-year-old hospital worker may be the motive for murder.
aired 226 days ago
Dr. Sloan's son Steve nearly dies in a traffic accident then claims to have seen a murder take place in his hospital room.
aired 226 days ago
Mark comes to the defense of his schizophrenic former student, who can't explain his alibi after being charged with murder.
aired 226 days ago
Mark's magic instructor turns up dead after an apparent surfing accident, but Mark suspects the deceased's twin brother may have been the one with a trick up his sleeve.
aired 226 days ago
Mark investigates the murder of a young doctor whose wife was blinded in a tragic accident the day before his death.
aired 226 days ago
A friend hired to revamp Mark's office ends up dead, wrapped up in a roll of carpet, and the murderer's trail leads all the way to Egypt.

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