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Conrad Hawkins is one of Chastain Park Memorial Hospital's best doctors. Charming and arrogant, Conrad likes to take an unconventional approach whenever possible and believes it's his personal duty to shatter the romantic illusions of the first-year residents. Dr. Devon Pravesh is an innocent idealist who leans on his finely tuned moral compass, but with Conrad's help, he begins to realize that the practice of medicine is a business, like any other, with less-than-angelic patients and fallible doctors.

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aired 686 days ago
Conrad's plans for a heart transplant patient are derailed; Conrad risks his job to rectify the situation; after a file goes missing, Nic grows suspicious of one of the doctors; Devon must make a split-second decision for a patient.
aired 686 days ago
On his first day as an intern, an idealistic Dr. Devon Pravesh faces the harsh realities of medical care; resident Conrad Hawkins teaches him unconventional methods for treating patients; Conrad goes head-to-head with Dr. Solomon Bell.
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Conrad comes under fire when a former patient files a malpractice lawsuit against him, putting Bell in a difficult position with Red Rock; the doctors perform a risky brain surgery; Mina discovers that Adaku has a dangerous heart condition.
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Devon and Irving are inundated with patients in the ER; when an A-list celebrity enters the hospital after swallowing a wishbone, Logan Kim assigns a new surgeon to the case in the hopes of garnering extra publicity.
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The doctors work to save one of their own but disagree over what's best for her; Bell is met with an unexpected response when he voices concerns regarding the nursing shortage that Nic brought to his attention.
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On National Nurses' Day, the nurses are severely understaffed and overworked; Cain performs a dangerous surgery on a new patient; Conrad discovers that his father has been administered the same drug that he fears played a role in Jessie's death.
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After a plane crashes in Atlanta, Devon is overcome by guilt at the thought that he could have prevented it; Adaku returns to ask Mina a big favor; Conrad and Nic consider risking it all to investigate a drug that might be linked to Jessie's death.
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Conrad doubts Devon's judgement when a patient who was pronounced dead suddenly revives; Cain and Nick butt heads over the care of a white supremacist; The Raptor and Mina uncover new information about Red Rock Medical.
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When a police officer brings in an injured criminal, the staff must keep him alive; Nic gets roped into a surgical rotation with Cain that leaves her questioning the way he operates; Conrad makes a shocking discovery about the hospital.
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Intending to garner publicity for the hospital, Cain tries to recruit Bell and Kit on a dangerous surgery; the Raptor develops an emotional attachment to a patient; Mina's friend arrives with shocking news.
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The doctors of Chastain are surrounded by new rules and doctors, as Red Rock Mountain Medical takes over the hospital; Conrad finds himself in a dangerous situation when the construction for a new neurosurgery center causes a gas explosion.

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