Tough female doctors treat an exclusively female clientele at the Rittenhouse Women's clinic, tackling female-centric issues and trying to make the world a better place in a male-dominated society.
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 Midwife Peter Riggs, R.N. 131 episodes, 2000-2006
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 Dr. Nick Biancavilla 88 episodes, 2000-2005
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Dr. Luisa Delgado ran the South Philly Women's Clinic so that poor women could get the medical help they needed. Dr. Dana Stowe did medical research on cancer to help women. Together they now run a women's clinic at Philadelphia's Rittenhouse Hospital to help all women. Written by Dr. Jekyll

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Hope in every heartbeat.

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23 July 2000 (USA)  »

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Doctoras de Philadelphia  »

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In this episode it is Jesse's 16th birthday, but in season 3 episode 8 she was 15, which means she was 15 for over a year. See more »

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There is an episode where a 16-year-old girl overdoses on cough syrup. Throughout the episode, the doctors refer to the drug in cough syrup as "DMX". The psychoactive ingredient in some cough syrups is dextromethorphan hydrobromide, commonly called "DXM". See more »

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Jesse Campbell: Why can't they just say it in English? I have scoliosis. I have to wear a back brace.
Dr. Andy Campbell: What the doctor was saying is that the brace hasn't been helping like he thought it would.
Jesse Campbell: So you mean I won't have to wear the brace any more?
Dr. Andy Campbell: Well...
Jesse Campbell: Give it to me straight, doc.
Dr. Andy Campbell: You're going to need an operation.
Jesse Campbell: [shocked but soft] Wow.
Dr. Andy Campbell: Providing the operation goes well, you won't have to wear the brace.
Jesse Campbell: You mean providing I live.
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Rosa Blasi is the best actress ever!
23 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

This show is the best show ever.. Rosa Blasi is the best actress ever! I hope the show is on for years to come. I also hope that Janine Turner will guest star on this seasons in at least one show, because that would be the best guest star ever on the show! A lot of fans miss her and would love to see her back on the show even if it is just for one episode! Also I would like to say that I will watch this show for as long as it is on, because there is no other show quite like it! I mean who doesn't want a doctor just like Lu? I know that if my doctor was just like Lu I would never be hesitant to go and get checked out! Even a doctor like Dana would be great or even Andy! I mean they are all wonderful doctors! Also Christopher does a great job as Mark! Who doesn't want a son like Mark? Lu and Mark are like the perfect family even though there is no father in the house! They don't need one!


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