The ranks of aspiring doctors on ABC's retooled "Scrubs" continue to grow.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Michael Mosley and Kerry Bishe are the latest new regulars on "Scrubs," which will be refocused as a comedy set at a med school next season. They join Dave Franco, whose casting broke last week.

The trade paper says that Mosley will play a thirtysomething student who crashed out of Harvard Med a decade earlier and is now looked upon as a mentor-figure by his younger classmates.

Bishe, meanwhile, will play a first-generation med student from a family of commercial fishermen. Apparently her experience with fish makes her a natural surgeon, but she's having a hard time with the new pressures.

Most recently seen on FOX's not-a-TV-movie pilot "Virtuality," Bishe's other credits include episodes of "Royal Pains" and "Life on Mars." 

In addition to his recent turn in "The Proposal," Mosley has been seen in multiple episodes of "Kidnapped" and "Kings."