Steven W. Bailey Grey's Anatomy Auf einmal war Joe, der Barkeeper, aus "Grey's Anatomy" verschwunden. Die Fans konnten sich von dem. In Staffel 15 von "Grey's Anatomy" findet Jo Karev heraus, wer ihre leibliche Mutter ist. Er war einfach plötzlich einfach weg! Dass in einer jährigen Erfolgsshow wie Grey's Anatomy Charaktere kommen und gehen, ist nicht.
Plötzlich verschwunden: Was wurde aus "Grey's Anatomy"-Joe?In Staffel 15 von "Grey's Anatomy" findet Jo Karev heraus, wer ihre leibliche Mutter ist. In der Staffel von "Grey's Anatomy" ist einiges los. Die Trennung von Jo ist dabei ein großes Thema bei den Fans gewesen. Jetzt hat die. Er war einfach plötzlich einfach weg! Dass in einer jährigen Erfolgsshow wie Grey's Anatomy Charaktere kommen und gehen, ist nicht.
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Following an emotionally heavy Season 15, Jo's mental health treatment on Grey's Anatomy will be revisited during the ABC medical drama's Thursday, Oct.
In Bustle's exclusive sneak peek clip from "Breathe Again," Dr. Bailey Chandra Wilson rushes an unconscious woman to Grey Sloan's hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber in the hopes of reviving her following a carbon monoxide poisoning incident, which she calls a "possible suicide attempt.
After Alex Justin Chambers gave his wife an ultimatum about showing up to work drunk in the previous episode, Jo Camilla Luddington continued to struggle.
While not entirely back at work, Jo reveals at the start of "What I Did for Love" she is back to check on a young patient named Gus. As she helps the young boy with a game of legos, Jo receives a call with news that could save the child's life.
Jo rushes to find Alex but runs into the boy's mother, breaking the news they might have found a blood donor match for Gus, who has a unique condition that makes transplants almost impossible.
Alex and Jo plan for the surgery, celebrating the fact they found the rare match for the little boy, when Alex attempts to talk to Jo about how she's been feeling.
She admits she is happy to have come into work that day, but seems hesitant. Paul Stadler. Alex Karev. Retrieved March 8, TV Guide.
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First introduced as a surgical resident from Mercy West Hospital after the merger, Jackson Avery is the grandson of the famous surgeon, Harper Avery, and son of the renowned surgeon, Catherine Fox formerly Avery.
A member of the "plastics posse", training under Mark Sloan and succeeding him as Chief of Plastics following his death , he is also called "pretty boy," especially by Cristina Yang.
He develops a crush on Cristina and, while inebriated at a party, he kisses her, but Cristina breaks the kiss.
He also has a complicated relationship with Lexie Grey , which becomes a recurring plot point. Though he is offered a position as surgical fellow at Tulane Medical Center , Jackson decides to stay in Seattle following Mark's death.
At the end of Season 8, he starts sleeping with his best friend April Kepner , who had previously planned to remain a virgin until marriage. After Jackson and April break up, Jackson starts a relationship with the new intern, Stephanie Edwards , after hooking up with her in a car during Bailey's wedding.
Meanwhile, April goes on to date a paramedic named Matthew Taylor. At April's wedding to Matthew, Jackson realizes he still loves April and stands up, professing his love; they soon after elope.
It is then revealed that he and April are expecting a baby, but they learn early on that their unborn son has a fatal condition.
April gives birth to their stillborn son, whom they name Samuel. Jackson and April experience marital problems, leading to their separation. However, after sleeping together one night, April gets pregnant and eventually gives birth to their healthy daughter, Harriet.
Now divorced from April, Jackson was in a relationship with Maggie Pierce from Season 14 until the beginning of Season 16 and dated firefighter Vic Hughes of Station 19 until mid-Season Jackson and a recently-divorced Jo started a "sex-only" relationship in season Former Chief of Cardiothoracic surgery , Attending Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Former Interim Chief of Surgery.
Preston Burke is the former Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery and was once expected to become Chief of Surgery.
He begins a romantic relationship with Cristina Yang in Season 1, which comes under strain when Burke is shot and his right hand's nerve supply is disrupted.
With his career threatened, he has Cristina perform some of his surgeries, a situation that is resolved when Derek Shepherd repairs his hand.
Burke and Cristina continue their relationship, which ultimately ends on their wedding day when he leaves her at the altar and leaves the hospital.
Burke graduated at the top of his class from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. In Season 4, he receives the Harper Avery Award.
Burke returns in Season 10, offering Cristina his hospital in Zurich, which she accepts. Chief of General Surgery, Attending General Surgeon, Director of the Board, Grey Sloan Shareholder.
Meredith Grey is the central protagonist of the show and narrator of the majority of episodes. She begins the series as an intern and has since progressed along her medical career path.
She went to the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College after sleeping around Europe with her former best friend, Sadie. She is best friends with Cristina Yang.
Following a long romance, she marries neurosurgeon Derek Shepherd. The day of the shooting in Season 6, she discovers that she is pregnant, but that same day, she miscarries the baby due to stress.
She later learns that she has a "hostile uterus" and starts taking fertility shots. When they are unsuccessful, Meredith and Derek adopt Zola, a surgical African orphan.
In Season 9, following the plane crash that killed her younger sister, Lexie Grey , Meredith becomes an attending general surgeon and has earned the nickname of "Medusa" by her interns and residents.
Her son, Bailey, is born in the Season 9 finale; she gives birth to him by C-section and has major abdominal surgery afterwards following a fall.
In the Season 10 finale, she says goodbye to Cristina as Cristina leaves for Zurich to take Burke's hospital; before they say goodbye, Cristina reminds Meredith that she should not let Derek's career hinder her own.
In Season 11, Meredith not only struggles with keeping her marriage afloat after Derek decides to work for the president in DC, but also with learning that she has another half-sister, Maggie Pierce.
After Derek is killed at the end of Season 11, Meredith escapes to California for a year, where she gives birth to their daughter, whom she names Ellis after her late mother.
In Season 12, Meredith returns to Seattle and is named Chief of General Surgery by the newly appointed Chief of Surgery, Miranda Bailey. Meredith tries moving on by dating William Thorpe, a surgeon from another hospital, but has trouble forgetting about Derek.
Meredith wins a Catherine Fox Award in Season 14 after performing a ground-breaking abdominal wall transplant on Megan.
In Season 15, she begins a relationship with Andrew DeLuca after they share a kiss at Alex and Jo's wedding. She is fired from the hospital at the conclusion of Season 15 for committing insurance fraud.
In Season 16, she is forced to do community service while the status of her medical license hangs in the air; after a hearing, she is able to keep her license and is rehired by Grey Sloan.
On her first day back, she meets Cormac Hayes, the new Chief of Pediatrics, whom she grows closer to as they bond over their shared loss of a spouse.
During this time, she and Andrew also break up after Meredith confronts him over his developing signs of mania.
In the season 17 premiere, Meredith tested positive for COVID, and has COVID dreams, in which she sees her late husband Derek and her old friend George.
Former Chief of Cardiothoracic surgery , Attending Cardiothoracic Surgeon. Following Preston Burke's departure, Erica Hahn takes his position as Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Seattle Grace.
Her brusque, somewhat harsh personality is tempered by Callie Torres , with whom she begins a relationship. Her time at Seattle Grace ends abruptly, however, when she becomes discontent with Izzie Stevens, and the lack of disciplinary action following the Denny Duquette incident.
Hahn attended the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine , where she was in the same class as Preston Burke and graduated second right after him.
Cormac Hayes is introduced in the mid-season finale of Season 16 as the new Head of Pediatric Surgery to replace Alex Karev, who had been fired in the finale of the previous season and had since taken a job at another hospital.
Hayes immediately clashes with Meredith Grey over a patient, though it is later revealed that he was sent to the hospital for Meredith by Cristina Yang.
Like Meredith, he lost his spouse and is now raising children as a single father. Eventually, he and Meredith grow closer, as he acknowledges how good it feels to have a friend to talk to about losing a spouse.
Atticus Lincoln, who goes by Link, is introduced in Season 15 as the new Chief of Orthopedic Surgery. His history with cancer as a child pushed him to become a surgeon, though he briefly left medicine when he prescribed opioids to a patient who subsequently died from an addiction to them.
He knew Jo Karev when they were younger and reconciles their friendship when he begins working at Grey-Sloan. After pursuing Meredith Grey as a love interest, he eventually starts dating Amelia Shepherd towards the end of the season following her break up with Owen Hunt.
In Season 16, he learns that Amelia is pregnant, and they decide to raise the baby together. In the season finale, Amelia gives birth to a healthy baby boy named Scout Derek Shepherd-Lincoln.
Former Interim Chief of Surgery, Former Chief of Pediatric Surgery, Attending Pediatric Surgeon, Former Grey Sloan Shareholder. A hard-headed and often discourteous resident, Alex Karev has had a series of unfortunate relationships throughout his life, beginning with his mother.
At an early age, he had to defend her and his siblings from an abusive father, then later take care of her when she struggled with schizophrenia.
While working as a doctor, he becomes involved with a patient, Ava. However, her mental instability strains their relationship and Alex, once again, adopts the role of caretaker before Ava's admission to a psychiatric hospital.
He subsequently embarks on a relationship with Izzie Stevens , and they get married, but Izzie asks for a divorce following her dismissal from Seattle Grace.
In the Season 8 finale, he is meant to fly with other surgeons to perform a procedure at Boise Memorial. However, after he states his intention to do his pediatric surgical fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Hospital to Arizona Robbins , she replaces him out of anger.
In the Season 9 premiere, he is supposed leave Seattle Grace, having deferred his fellowship in the aftermath of the plane crash.
After he realizes the drastic changes that will happen in both his and Arizona's absence, due to the hiring of a new Chief of Pediatric Surgery, he changes his mind and stays on at Seattle Grace.
In the Season 9 finale, he starts a relationship with surgical intern Jo Wilson. In Season 10, he completes his fellowship and goes to work for Dr.
Lebackes at a private practice, which saw him make a substantial salary. However, after being fired when Lebackes found out he was up for a position on the Grey Sloan board, he returned to Grey Sloan as an attending Pediatric Surgeon.
He and Jo start to have problems in their relationship, which only worsen when she turns down his marriage proposal.
In the Season 12 finale, he finds a drunk Jo with Andrew DeLuca , and he assumes that Andrew is taking advantage of Jo, leading to Alex beating him up.
This results in Alex getting charged with a felony, but Andrew eventually drops the charges. Jo has trouble trusting Alex and is afraid of his inability to mask his rage, but they get back together in the Season 14 premiere when he proves that he would never be violent with her by not attacking her husband when Alex first sees him at a conference in Los Angeles; soon after, they become engaged.
In the Season 14 finale, Alex and Jo get married. In the Season 15 premiere, Alex is named interim Chief of Surgery. At the conclusion of the season, he is fired by Bailey after trying to defend Meredith for committing insurance fraud.
In Season 16, he takes on the task of rebuilding PacNorth, one of the lowest-rated hospitals in Seattle, as the new Chief of Surgery, until it is shut down by the Catherine Fox Foundation.
After reconnecting with Izzie due to Meredith's trial, Alex learns that Izzie had their twin son and daughter via their frozen embryos and is now raising them in Kansas.
Alex departs Seattle in order to be with his kids, ending his relationship with Jo and beginning his life with Izzie anew. Former Chief of Neonatal Surgery, Obstetrics, and Gynaecology , Attending Neonatal Surgeon, Attending Obstetrician-Gynaecologist, Attending Fetal Surgeon, Attending Medical Geneticist.
After achieving a degree of understanding with Derek, and realizing that he is in love with Meredith Grey, Addison leaves Seattle Grace.
The character goes on to be the protagonist of Grey's Anatomy spinoff, Private Practice for six seasons and sporadically makes guest appearances on Grey's until her last one in Season 8.
Maggie Pierce enters at the end of the Season 10 as the new Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery. She shares with Richard Webber , her birth father, that her biological mother is Ellis Grey.
At the beginning of Season 11, Maggie informs Meredith that they are sisters; although Meredith is hostile towards Maggie about the situation, she eventually welcomes her into the family.
After Derek dies, Maggie moves in with Meredith, along with Meredith's sister-in-law, Amelia Shepherd. Maggie begins a relationship with Andrew DeLuca, an intern at Grey Sloan, but that ends in the middle of Season 12; she then moves her interest to Nathan Riggs , but he is unavailable due to his budding romance with Meredith.
In Season 13, Maggie suffers through the loss of her mother to breast cancer. In Season 14, Maggie begins to date Jackson Avery , but they break up in the Season 16 premiere.
Following the death of a close patient, Maggie struggles emotionally and resigns from Grey Sloan. After speaking with Richard, she returns to work, though she is now the co-Chief of Cardio along with Teddy Altman.
Maggie started a relationship with Winston Ndugu, a doctor she met while she was in L. Former Chief of Pediatric Surgery , Former Chief of Fetal Surgery, Attending Pediatric Surgeon, Attending Fetal Surgeon, Former Board Director.
Arizona Robbins, pediatric surgery attending , has a cheery disposition but gets upset when challenging authority.
Upon her introduction in Season 5, Arizona immediately embarks upon a relationship with Callie Torres. She comes from a military family and graduated from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Arizona harbors great emotional intelligence. Her insight and advice have been used to defuse several situations, such as Callie's dispute with her father.
In Season 7, Arizona wins a prestigious award, and she and Callie plan to move to Malawi and work there. However, she breaks up with Callie and leaves her at the airport.
They reconcile soon after and ultimately get married right after their daughter, Sofia, is born. In the Season 9 premiere, she has lost one of her legs due to injuries sustained during a plane crash at the end of Season 8, which results in a strained relationship with her wife, culminating in her ultimately cheating on Callie.
They are briefly separated but ultimately decide to work things out. However, after going through a day hiatus during couples therapy, Callie decides to end things between the two of them.
At the end of Season 12, Arizona gets full custody of Sofia following a messy custody battle, but she decides to allow Sofia to go back and forth between parents when Callie moves to New York.
In Season 13, Arizona begins a relationship with Eliza Minnick, an intrusive doctor whom everyone dislikes, and is forced to hide their relationship for some time.
However, by the beginning of Season 14, Eliza has left Seattle, and Arizona starts seeing visiting doctor Carina DeLuca.
When Sofia starts having disciplinary problems in school, Arizona decides it is best that she moves herself and Sofia to New York City to be with Callie; as a result, Arizona and Carina break up.
During the Season 14 finale, Arizona and Sofia leave for New York, with the possibility of Arizona reconciling her relationship with Callie.
Amelia Shepherd is Derek Shepherd 's youngest sister. Like her brother, she is also a neurosurgeon. Amelia and Derek immediately don't have the best relationship due to Amelia's history with substance abuse and the inevitable competition within their same career field, but they eventually learn to work together, even when Amelia takes Derek's long-held position as Chief of Neurosurgery.
After Derek's death in Season 11, Amelia moves in with her sister-in-law, Meredith Grey , although they initially have some unresolved issues about Derek to work out.
Amelia marries Owen Hunt in the Season 12 finale, but their marriage is rocky and ultimately culminates in a divorce at the beginning of Season Amelia discovers that she has a tumor that has been affecting her judgement for the last 10 years; she gets it removed by her former Johns Hopkins University professor, Tom Koracick, whom she starts sleeping with.
Towards the end of the season, Amelia takes in a homeless teenage girl, Betty, who had just given up her baby, whom Owen is fostering. At the beginning of Season 15, Amelia gets back together with Owen, but they break up again once Betty goes back home with her parents.
Amelia then starts dating Link, the new Chief of Orthopedic Surgery, and in Season 16, they learn Amelia is pregnant; she gives birth to their son Scout in the season finale.
Mark Sloan. Former Chief of Plastic Surgery , Attending Plastic Surgeon, Attending E. T Surgeon, Former Interim Chief of Surgery. Mark Sloan, Chief of Plastic Surgery, attended Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.
He has a playboy personality that jeopardizes his friendship with Derek Shepherd when he has an affair with Derek's wife, Addison Montgomery.
He has known both Derek and Addison from the time when all three lived in New York City. Derek and Mark manage to resolve their issues and reaffirm their friendship.
He has been given the nickname "McSteamy" by Meredith and her friends. Sloan has a relationship with Lexie Grey , which ends due to the strain of Mark's year-old daughter from a one-night stand appearing at the hospital and subsequently moving in with them.
Mark's daughter comes to him, pregnant, and though he wants her to keep the baby, she doesn't. Afterward she leaves Seattle, Mark and Lexie resume their relationship, but it ends when Mark gets Callie Torres pregnant, and Lexie starts dating Jackson Avery.
When Lexie is dying after the plane crash, Mark admits that he loves her and always will; he holds her hand until she dies. In the Season 9 premiere, Mark dies from injuries sustained in a plane crash.