Hank Lawson is a young doctor on the fast track to success, until he is blamed for the death of a hospital trustee. With the encouragement of his younger brother Evan Hank reluctantly agrees to become a “Concierge Doctor” to the rich and famous who summer in the Hamptons. But will he be able to treat his high-flying clients while still managing to keep his own feet on the ground?
Mark Feuerstein got his break-through on television as a recurring character on the daytime soap opera ...
A successful New York emergency room doctor soon to be married to his lovely fiance, he was dismissed from his job because he triaged a dying teenager before a billionaire hospital benefactor. The benefactor dies after being initially stabilized following a femoral artery catheterization from causes attributed to pericardial tamponade, though Hank stands up for himself by stating he saved the kid. He spends the next month in a tailspin of broken engagements and unpaid bills before his brother convinces him to attend a posh party in the Hamptons. At the party, he saves supermodel April, and wins the favor of the German nobleman, Boris. This leads to referrals to other rich clientele. Despite Hank's dislike of the upper class, a potential love interest in local hospital administrator Jill Casey convinces him to become a concierge doctor. He drives a well-aged Saab 900 Turbo convertibles. He is originally from New Jersey and sometimes throws a Jerseyism into his speech. In the episode "Keeping the Faith", he mentions that he is Jewish.
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