• Dr. Blake Downs

    Dr. Blake Downs
    Rob Corddry

    Dr. Blake Downs (Rob Corddry) is a prominent member of the Clown race, using the healing power of laughter to pave the way for future generations of "paint-jobs" to do the same, but without barriers. Like most clowns, he takes himself pretty seriously.

  • Dr. Valerie Flame

    Dr. Valerie Flame
    Malin Akerman

    Dr. Valerie Flame is the newest doctor at Childrens Hospital. She is so hot, her last name is on fire. All the male surgeons are after her, but she just wants to save lives. And protect her huge and amazing secret.

  • Dr. Cat Black

    Dr. Cat Black
    Lake Bell

    Dr. Cat Black is a beautiful, somewhat decent doctor, torn between the demands of her profession and the rigors of having to break up with so many people all the time, including her most recent paramour, young Nicky — a 6-year-old with advanced aging disease.

  • Dr. Lola Spratt

    Dr. Lola Spratt
    Erinn Hayes

    Dr. Lola Spratt is hot and a total b*tch. And she knows it. And she doesn't treat dorks, so don't even ask.

  • Dr. Owen Maestro

    Dr. Owen Maestro
    Rob Huebel

    Dr. Owen Maestro is a hot-shot surgeon who is never wrong and is often right. His passion for medicine is only exceeded by his passion for passion. He'll date a hot mom, an elderly nurse or maybe even a dude. Also, he's good at administering medical care to children.

  • Dr. Glenn Richie

    Dr. Glenn Richie
    Ken Marino

    Dr. Glenn Richie is proud to be a Jew. He enjoys long walks on the beach, cruising in his BMW and is aroused by X-rays. He has also cured cancer.

  • Sy Mittleton

    Sy Mittleton
    Henry Winkler

    Sy Mittleton is the new hospital administrator who struggles daily to win the acceptance of the Childrens Hospital staff. And though his backbone may be weak, his weakness is strong.

About Childrens Hospital

Childrens Hospital is an Emmy® Award-winning comedy series created by Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) -- and featuring an all-star cast -- that lampoons the medical show genre by exploring the emotional struggles and sexual politics of a group of doctors with supercharged libidos. The dedication of these doctors to their personal lives is relentless -- and is interrupted only by the occasional need to treat sick children. No medical condition is too severe to distract these oblivious physicians from their primal need to flirt, gossip, make out, talk about sex and more, all in front of horrified children and their anxious parents.