Chicago HopeMay. 04,2000
Chicago Hope is an American medical drama television series, created by David E. Kelley. It ran on CBS from September 18, 1994, to May 4, 2000. The series is set in a fictional private charity hospital in Chicago, Illinois. The show is set to return in the fall of 2013 on TVGN in reruns.
Seasons & Episode
A priest is genitally mutilated during a mugging; a patient dies after a routine liposuction; Jeffrey refuses to perform surgery on a child.
A heart becomes available for transplant, but there are two patients waiting and Drs. Geiger and Watters must choose which patient will receive the heart. Jeffrey tries to place Alicia into an exclusive kindergarten. Aaron tries to hold a welcoming party for the new doctors.
A doctor with Tourette's Syndrome is brought to Chicago Hope to operate on an infant with a severe heart defect. A patient comes into the ER with, what he claims to be, Albert Einstein's brain and gives it to Dr. Wilkes. A woman is using plastic surgery to make herself look like a Barbie Doll.
Dr. McNeil goes to magnificent lengths to save the arm of a young baseball star. A little girl is brought into the ER after being hit by a car.
The doctors fight to save Cacaci's life after he jumps from a six story building in a suicide attempt, although Cacaci's fiancee says that someone pushed him off the building.
A widow wants to be impregnated with the sperm of her former husband. Rats take over the hospital.
The hospital is quarantined after a deadly virus is discovered; a child is missing in the hospital.
Dr. Alberghetti performs a surgery with another surgeon, who is in Sri Lanka.
On the way to a football game, Aaron and Jack get sidetracked... after they find themselves in a hostage situation with 3 wounded patients, a loose gunman, and the police about ready to enter the building.
Dr. Hanlon must fight against her department heads when they decide they no longer want her to perform pro-bono operations. Dr. Alberghetti tries to help a young man with a staph infection.
Gina operates on a surgeon who's been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
A hepatitis scare forces Dr. Geiger to call for outside help; Dr. Simon's misdiagnosis causes her to doubt herself.
A teenager is forced to live his life as a girl after the slip of a knife, and McNeil goes to court to try to help.
A father is told he can only donate his liver to one of his children, after both go into liver failure. Rose Webber comes back to Chicago Hope and finds that Aaron has started a new relationship -- with Gina.
Keith discovers a heart murmer while giving Alicia a physical. Jeremy performs an appendectomy on Siamese twins.
A mentally challenged couple enters the hospital. The husband needs open heart surgery. The wife discovers that she can't become pregnant after she was sterilized without her consent.
Shutt and Simon invent a procedure and use it to save the life of a girl. McNeil treat a wrestler who's been using steroids.
McNeil's friend is shot. Pancreatic cancer effects one of the conjoined twins that have entered the hospital.
The hospital is purchased by an HMO, and immediately suffers budget cuts. During an operation that Miller is filming for a documentary, the heart stops beating on both the patient and her unborn child.
McNeil goes against procedure and red tape and performs a hip replacement surgery. Shutt and Simon transplant a computer into a patients brain. Alberghetti tries to ignore her feelings for Miller.
Shutt's patient wakes up after being in a coma after 15 years. A man is denied health coverage, after saving Miller's life.
Rumors fly that the hospital is about to be sold again; a man seriously injured in an accident wants to be the guinea pig for the computer program he's invented that can help him move again.