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Royal Pains


Royal Pains


Royal Pains TV Show is one of current rated cable network TV series in the U.S. It's another medical drama that corners the misadventures of an ex-E.R. doctor, Henry Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein), turned into an exclusive doctor for the wealthy and famous. This radical career change springs from his expulsion caused by the death of a rich patient under his watch in his former hospital. In Royal Pains TV Show, Dr. Lawson is largely based in the uppity community of the Hamptons. It is local hospital administrator, Jill Casey (Jill Flint) who provides the balance in Dr. Lawson's medical career by egging him to help some poor patients in the area. This TV series is inspired by the rise of the practice of concierge medicine in America.

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