Filming Locations: Where is The Resident filmed? The Chastain Park Memorial Hospital

The Resident Hospital Location

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The Fox medical drama, pretending to give as a glance at what is really going on behind the scenes of a big American hospital, is back for season 2. Closer to Hugh Laurie's House than to George Clooney's ER, the series star Matt Czuchry (The Good Wife) taking the role of a tough and cocky senior resident, Dr. Conrad Hawkins.

On the other hand, Manish Dayal (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) is Dr Devon Pravesh, an idealistic young doctor that just started practising medicine. The wicked chief of surgery is portrayed by Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek), and Emily VanCamp (Captain America) plays the overqualified nurse Nicolette.

The Resident was mainly filmed in Atlanta and Conyers (Georgia). Most of the production was hosted at Film Rockdale facilities in Conyers. These are the spoiler-free filming locations for the series:

The Resident Where filmed
The Chastain Park Memorial Hospital is actually the High Museum of Art in Midtown Atlanta.
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Does The Resident hospital exist
The giant atrium of the lobby, designed by Richard Meier (the same architect of LA's Getty Center), provides a great backdrop for the medical complex. Image courtesy of Fox and Richard Tanton

Where is The Resident hospital
The High Museum is part of the Woodruff Arts Center, which main building doubles as the one of the entrances to the hospital. Image courtesy of Fox and Wally Gobetz

The Resident Locations
Conrad's friends favourite hangout, the Wayton's Bar B Q is The Pointe bar at 939 Railroad Street in Conyers.
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Where does The Resident takes place
Also te bike race from the 3rd episode took place in Conyers, probably at the Horse Park.
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