However, I was the one who noticed this weird thing on the show. It's odd that the staff works at a hospital called "Sacred Heart." Okay, that's not the odd part. Lots of hospitals have religious names, especially if they are run by the Catholic Church. What is odd is that Sacred Heart on Scrubs has advertisements for NuvaRing, a popular hormonal birth control, on practically all its walls. Which you would almost certainly NOT find at a Catholic hospital. (At least not the posters.)
Also, now that I think about it, I don't think I've ever seen a priest on the show. Psychiatrists abound. Priests, not so much. Either they just picked a random, vaguely-religious-sounding name for the hospital and took the NuvaRing money without thinking about it, or it's an intentional ironic riff - which makes more sense, given the utter ridiculousness of the show. And, I realize that "Sacred Heart" is not "vaguely-religious," it's an image fairly specific to and prominent in the Catholic tradition (perhaps also in Orthodox churches, if I remember correctly).
Anyway, it's late and I'm tired. I'll get to that list tomorrow, and I do promise to get on that Viagra sermon, too! (In the blogosphere, my seminary professors are wrong: Sunday does not come whether or not my sermon is ready.)