Who's the next George Clooney?
With home-grown favourites like Casualty and its spin-off Holby City - and new medical must-views like Life Support and Always And Everywhere filling our screens - the competition for TV's most drop-dead gorgeous doctor is intense.
Here we've listed who we think are the candidates to take on Clooney's crown.
And they're not all in shows that revolve around an A and E department.
The soaps are putting forward their own contenders to rival King George...
REAL NAME: Michael French.
PLAYS: Nick Jordan, Surgical Registrar.
ON SCREEN: Handsome, talented, hot-headed and passionate. Married, but separated.
OFF SCREEN: Before this role, played David Wicks in EastEnders. Is currently single.
SAYS: "The only time I've spent in hospital is when I fell out of a window at 18 months old. It was really traumatic for my mother and father."
RATING: Dark, brooding, sexy. If your heart needs attention Nick Jordan's the man. 8/10
REAL NAME: Jimi Mistry.
PLAYS: Dr Fred Fonseca.
AGE: 31 on screen, 26 off.
ON SCREEN: Set to disappoint his female patients by admitting that he's gay. However, Dot Cotton's taken a shine to him.
OFF SCREEN: A graduate of the Birmingham School Of Speech And Drama, he learned his bedside manner from father Chandra - a real-life doctor.
SAYS: "I get loads of letters, but I want people to appreciate me for my acting."
RATING:: Gorgeous - but who can waste time fancying someone who bats for the other side? Shame. 4/10
REAL NAME: Sean Wilson.
PLAYS: Nurse Martin Platt.
ON SCREEN: Toy-boy husband of Gail Tilsley. Whether it's saving Les Battersby's life, or dealing with other Street emergencies, he is always there.
OFF SCREEN: Married with an 18-month-old son, Callum. A devoted Manchester United fan and keen fisherman.
SAYS: "The only problem is that people expect me to have medical knowledge outside The Street - which I don't."
RATING: Always on hand for medical emergencies, but very much under Gail's thumb. 6/10.
REAL NAME: Robert Gwilym.
PLAYS: Consultant Max Gallagher.
ON SCREEN: Not the typical public schoolboy consultant, but his professionalism has destroyed his marriage. Separated with one son, who is a drug addict.
OFF SCREEN: Married to Dutch-born wife Ellis with a nine-year-old son, Samuel.
SAYS: "Researching for the part I saw real consultants couldn't be emotionally involved. That's why Max is sometimes not openly sympathetic."
RATING: Bit of a loner who looks like he could do with a good cuddle. 7/10
REAL NAME: Timothy Deeniham.
PLAYS: Dr Darren Roebuck.
ON SCREEN: A "Flexie" - the Nineties equivalent of a yuppie. Has bedded a string of woman.
OFF SCREEN: American-born Tim is married with two young daughters. Has a special interest in armed combat.
SAYS: "It's a great part. Yuppies were into possessions. Flexies are into experiences of life."
RATING: Sends pulses racing. You know he's been around, but isn't a bragger. Out of 10, I'd give him one. Whoops, sorry, that should read 10/10.
REAL NAME: Art Malik.
PLAYS: Dr Kamran Blake.
AGE: 47 (44 on screen).
ON SCREEN: Has a reputation as a bit of a ladies man. Married to glamorous French dentist Monique. No children.
OFF SCREEN: Son of a real-life eye surgeon, Art is married with two children.
SAYS: "One of the joys of being an actor is saying lines that you know, if heard from a real person, you would hate him!"
RATING: A bit insensitive and arrogant, but you can't help but fall for those brooding good looks. 7/10.