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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10 wins & 17 nominations. See more awards »
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 Dr. Luisa Delgado (131 episodes, 2000-2006)
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 Lana Hawkins (131 episodes, 2000-2006)
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 Midwife Peter Riggs, R.N. (131 episodes, 2000-2006)
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 Chief of Staff Dr. Robert Jackson (108 episodes, 2000-2005)
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 Dr. Nick Biancavilla (88 episodes, 2000-2005)
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 Dr. Andy Campbell (59 episodes, 2002-2005)
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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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Rosa Blasi and Jenifer Lewis are the only cast members to appear in every episode. Rosa Blasi, Jenifer Lewis, and Josh Coxx are the only cast members to appear in every season. See more »

Goofs

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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Receptionist Lana Hawkins: [to Dr. Kayla Thornton] I didn't know they made Lu Delgado in black.
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the best thing I have ever seen on TV
27 November 2004 | by (spain) – See all my reviews

this TV-series is the best I have ever seen. yes I love it. It's incredible the things you can learn from this series: learn about medicine, about personal problems and how to solve them... That series should win an Oscar! usually, the series that are on TV in Spain are all reality shows that the only thing they teach is how a man can eat 2 hundred worms in ten seconds.... that's pathetic. this series should be known for all the people around the world due to it's incredibly and amazing way to say things. it gives the people who watch it the things that other TV series don't do.. like love, faith, friendship,etc. I encourage every person who wants to see it,It's worth to see it believe me!


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