This is probably no better, and no worse, than Arlene Perry: Orthopedics Nurse (see above--these distinctions are difficult to make--it's like choosing between Bayer's and Squibbs' aspirin) but it is much more intense. Judy George is in her last year with two stripes on her cap; she also acquires a feather when Harry Jennison, son of the most important doctor in the hospital, makes a play for her. But actually she gets much more involved in unidentified, at first uncooperative, emergency accident patient Joe Smith; she believes he's an artist and his paralyzed fingers have put an end to that. He becomes an orderly and is always around at the right times, until he disappears. But he comes back in the final tornado-explosion at the hospital and in time to help her deliver her sister's baby (actually he's a doctor!).... When Judy isn't wearing white, she's wearing ruby taffeta, and when girls aren't watching television, are they reading this?