History of General Hospital refers to the ABC Daytime soap opera General Hospital.
Read more about History Of General Hospital: The Early Years (1963–77), Cultural Phenomenon and Supercouple Pairings (1978–87), The Transition (1988–91), Era of "womansense" (1992–2000), Remodeling (2012–present)
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2013 on General Hospital all started out with a bang! A New Year's Eve party at the Haunted Starr began and a car crash involving Connie/Kate, Johnny, Starr, Michael, Kristina, Trey and Ellie ... a proposal, if they wanted to continue their relationship they would meet up on the hospital roof at midnight and ring in the New year together ...
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