Asaka, the prison's nurse, is leaving her post to her gorgeous granddaughter Yuki, who will bring a lot of troubles and chaos in the life of the people around her, starting with detective Tatsumi, her childhood friend and now her neighbor.
The story is primarily about how Yuki is a tomboy who seems to attract disasters (at least, according to feir childhood friend--Detective Tatsumi). Though fe does also show some womanly moments of appreciating being romanced and being sensitive about feir age (and specifically how that relates to feir atttractiveness). It's an action manga, with car chases and gun fights and tons of roundhouse kicks. It's filled with gags and comedic moments, often emphasized with legs sticking up after people fell over from the shock of something someone did. The comedy is what ties it all together and makes it work. There's a bit of a romance angle to the story as well. The actual doctoring part is pretty minimal and becomes basically nonexistent once the Nitta storyline gets introduced (ch. 11-16). I was okay with this series and found it somewhat entertaining, but it never really clicked for me or rose about the crowd.