If you've fallen in love with the unique story about an autistic young doctor in The Good Doctor and are looking for other feel-good medical dramas, here are 5 more, now streaming! 

 1. Hospital Ship

When three very different doctors join forces aboard a traveling hospital ship, they learn the only challenge more daunting than medicine is getting along with your colleagues. Too many live without quality healthcare. In order to change that, a caring humanitarian starts a hospital ship, a traveling medical center for dedicated doctors to reach their patients. These excellent doctors quickly discover that the seas aren't the only challenge in the workplace. Now these three doctors have to put aside their polar opposite personalities in order to treat their patients. As they all soon learn, working for your fellow humans has its own way of bringing people together.

2. Doctor Crush

Forced to fight her entire life, Hye Jung (Park Shin Hye) has shut her heart off from the world and grown into the most battle-hardened doctor you will ever meet. She wants to help people, but she also makes sure to never let anyone get too close. What she doesn’t expect is the return of her mentor, high school teacher, and neurologist Hong Ji Hong (Kim Rae Won), the man responsible for taking a street hoodlum and turning her into a caring student. Years ago, he made her a doctor; now, he is back to make her human.

3. Surgeons

When a man’s family is destroyed in a way that seems too coincidental, he returns to the source thirty years later to find out what happened. Zhuang Shu (Jin Dong) is a surgeon. 30 years ago, his mother was forced to resign from her position at Renhe Hospital. Supposedly, she had accidentally killed a patient. Then Zhuang Shu’s sister was abducted. His mother died in a car accident a few years later. It all seemed a little too fishy. Now, 30 years after his mother was forced to leave Renhe Hospital, Zhuang Shu has returned from the US. As a surgeon, he intends to get deep into the conspiracy and find out what happened that destroyed his family. At the hospital, he also meets Lu Chen Xi (Bai Bai He), the daughter of the patient whose death thirty years ago started this mystery. She is also a surgeon, and also wants to unravel the mystery that took her father away from her. Can the two surgeons work together to find out what caused the destruction of both their families, or will they also succumb to the darkness that lies behind the operating table?  

4. Doctor Romantic

Boo Yong Joo (Han Suk Kyu) is a genius surgeon. Years ago, he was the resident miracle worker at Seoul’s top hospital, and known to those in the field as the "Hand of God." One day, without any notice, he disappeared. Fast forward a few years later, and Boo Yong Joo is now at a small provincial clinic, donning the name Teacher Kim, and is known as the self-proclaimed "Romantic Doctor." Having been scarred by those he allowed to get close, Boo Yong Joo now enjoys a life of seclusion. However, because of his good nature and immense knowledge, the genius surgeon cannot help but mentor other struggling doctors.



Starring Han Suk Kyu and Seo Hyun Jin

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5. Imperial Doctress

Growing up in a family of physicians, Tan Yun Xian (Cecilia Liu) was adored by her grandparents for her intellect, curiosity and medical acumen. Despite the many barriers for female physicians in ancient China, Yun Xian nevertheless proved herself to be a skilled family and female doctor — and ultimately the most famous female doctor of the Ming Dynasty

BONUS: The original Good Doctor

As a child, Park Shi On (Joo Won) was sent to a specialized care center, where he discovered genius capacities for his autism. Coupled with an exceptional memory and keen spatial skills, the young savant eventually entered pediatric residency, where he developed into a promising surgeon. However, his mental and emotional development seems to have stopped at 10-years-old, which makes for incredible conflicts in and out of the O.R., especially with the hotheaded surgeon Kim Do Han (Joo Sang Wook). Despite warm hearted and fair colleagues like Cha Yoon Seo (Moon Chae Won) and Han Jin Wook (Kim Young Kwang), it’s a fierce and competitive adult world. One cannot simply tell Shi On to “grow up.”