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Coburn is frequently portrayed in some kind of conflict with the ER staff, most notably in her first appearance in season 1 when Mark Greene mis-diagnosed Jodi O'Brien who later died as a result.
Her other appearances often revolve around the various pregnancies of different characters in the show, including Carol Hathaway, Elizabeth Corday-Greene, Chloe Lewis, and Abby Lockhart.
Coburn later in the series revealed she once had a drinking problem and has since become Abby's Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor; she acts as both a no-nonsense mentor and a friend to Abby through the series.
Coburn convinced Abby to get back into a program after she started drinking again, and also convinced her to fly to Croatia to make amends with Luka after revealing she was unfaithful.
Coburn later appeared in season 15 to assist Dr. Rasgotra with a pregnant patient, and advise Dr. Banfield on IVF treatment.
Maggie Doyle was an intern during season 3 and a resident during seasons 4 and 5. Maggie's older sister by three years is identified as a former classmate of Carol Hathaway in a Catholic school.
In the ER, she became friends with John Carter, who became attracted to her, but it is later revealed that she is a lesbian.
During season 5, she accuses Dr. Romano of sexual harassment. She asked Elizabeth Corday to back her up, but Corday refused when Romano blackmailed her using some personal information.
Kerry Weaver started an investigation and forced Romano to retract an inaccurate, critical review of Maggie's job performance, but this did not prevent Maggie from leaving the ER.
Legaspi's termination, Weaver suggested that Maggie Doyle was forced out due to Romano's dislike which he never directly admitted to of gay people.
Doyle could have left her job in the ER after the mess of the sexual harassment lawsuit she had on Romano was never going to be pursued. Amongst them, the tag "Doyle" can be seen, the only former doctor on the wall to have not been a main character.
Lucien Dubenko is the current Chief of Surgery. He was first introduced shortly before Elizabeth Corday departed, as an arrogant but obviously talented surgeon, bragging about, and then showing his ability to run the bowel with a laparoscope.
Corday bitterly protests his hiring to Kerry Weaver but presents no real reason for her hostility and leaves Kerry confused and annoyed about why Corday "is taking this so personally".
Corday eventually quits the hospital altogether, though Dubenko praises her actions in doing the transplant. Dubenko is portrayed as a very dedicated and talented surgeon, with a keen interest in medical science, lecturing the interns on physiology.
Dubenko becomes friends with residents Abby Lockhart and Neela Rasgotra , and later seems to fall for both of them, most notably Neela after she becomes a surgical intern.
He has an older sister named Victoria who lives in an assisted-care facility in Evanston, IL because she was in a car crash on prom night caused by her drunken teenage boyfriend that left her with brain damage at age He was 15 at the time.
During Luka and Abby's wedding, he asks Luka to take care of Abby. He was involved in a "friends with benefits" relationship with new ER Chief Dr.
Skye Wexler, which later ended after he lashed out at her for excluding him from her life and accused her of being a slut. He later resigned in protest over the death of patient Sheryl Hawkins, when he had to leave the OR and leave Dr.
Rasgotra Junior Resident to finish the operation, because he was the only surgical attending available in the hospital, this outburst enraged Dr.
Efforts by Neela and Simon Brenner led to his return in Season 15, and he later justly criticized Neela for her dismissive attitude towards teaching surgical residents by giving her the choice of doing her job well or getting the hell out of County she took the former path, and her leaving later that year was for unrelated personal reasons.
Although arrogant and awkward in social situations partly because he talks too much about research topics, usually in medical jargon , Dubenko is a dedicated and effective teacher and shows compassion towards his patients when he can.
Angela Hicks arrived in the Season One episode "Blizzard", and had to start working immediately because of a blizzard which led to many patients visiting the ER.
Hicks' absence was never explained, although she was virtually sidelined after John Carter left her team to transfer to Emergency Medicine and Peter Benton left to join Romano's team instead.
Though she stopped appearing her locker could still be seen in the background for a few more years. Jack Kayson is the chief of Cardiology and member of the hospital board.
He usually appears in board discussions, and is sometimes called down to the ER for cardiology consults. He has at times, been shown doing procedures in the cardio cath lab.
He is easily angered when residents in the ER question his medical decisions. In the first season, Kayson had a disagreement with Susan Lewis about the treatment a patient should receive who had a myocardial infarction.
Susan tries to give the patient the correct treatment but he overrules her, the patient dies, and Kayson later hauls Susan in front of a hospital review board—only to see the board largely side with her and chastise him for his behavior.
Later Kayson is admitted with the classic signs of an acute myocardial infarction and Susan gives him the treatment he wants and eventually saves his life.
After this, Kayson asks Susan to be his Valentine's date, but Susan declines. He later clashed with med student Michael Gallant over the death of a hypochondriac and tried but failed to stop Dr.
Greg Pratt from helping treat desk clerk Frank after he suffered a massive heart attack. Kayson later returns twice in season 11, in which he is on the Hospital Board that investigates Dr.
Elizabeth Corday. Then later returns to treat patient Jules "Ruby" Rubadoux with Dr. Kayson is not seen again until season 14 in which he misdiagnoses a patient and argues with Dr.
Abby Keaton was a pediatric surgeon from Southside Hospital reassigned to County when Southside closed. She supervises a pediatric surgical rotation with Dr.
Eventually, she begins a clandestine relationship with Dr. Carter , but their relationship ends when Keaton leaves for a volunteer mission to teach Pakistani surgeons.
Gabriel Lawrence is Kerry Weaver 's mentor. During his brief appearance, Dr. Lawrence shares his experiences with the members of the ER staff.
It quickly becomes apparent that Lawrence is in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. Mark Greene 's well-founded suspicions are mistaken for jealousy, and Lucy Knight 's notice of this is also dismissed by John Carter.
At first Lawrence does not want to admit to what is happening, but the signs of his mental deterioration soon become readily apparent.
These include sudden bursts of irritability, being unable to find the right word, leaving his reading glasses in the lounge freezer, and looking for his car on the wrong floor of the parking garage.
After Greene stages a scene with a fake ER patient to point out these problems, Lawrence realizes he has no choice but to retire.
He makes amends with his son in California , and goes to live with him. As he waits for his son to pick him up, he gets the chance to make one more diagnosis and save one last life—a patient with a rare case of strychnine poisoning that had baffled other ER physicians.
At one point Lawrence mentions that he worked for the U. Alda received an Emmy nomination for his portrayal but lost it to James Whitmore for his role on The Practice.
Kerry Weaver , who had been interim chief in the wake of Dr. David Morgenstern's retirement following his heart attack.
While she appeared normal on the outside, it became clear that Lee had serious emotional instabilities. In particular, she obsessed over Dr.
Mark Greene , writing erotic stories featuring him, stealing his gloves and lab coat, and decorating her Christmas tree with twin heart-shaped ornaments bearing their faces.
It also seemed that she confabulated quite extensively; several times, she mentioned a major incident in her life in response to someone confiding a similar incident to her.
Greene became suspicious after he could not verify Lee's claim — one of her confabulations — that she had published an article in a Cornell University publication while still a third-year student.
A copy obtained online attributed the article to "A. Lee" and pictured an Asian male in his 40s; Lee claimed he was a classmate that she was often confused with and that the following month's publication had corrected the error.
When Greene attempted to check out the original journals from the hospital library to review additional articles written by Dr.
Lee, he found that they had been checked out. In fact, Lee herself checked them out and removed the three articles with a razor.
After intercepting a message from Cornell University for Mark — he had been trying to verify whether or not Lee actually had graduated from there — Lee snapped.
She locked Mark in the CT scanner room when he was calming a patient suffering from agoraphobia after her CT scans. Lee accused Mark of being uncaring and hateful, then removed her lab coat and fled.
By the time the CT technician returned from lunch, Lee was long gone. Upon contacting the authorities, the hospital learned that "Dr. Lee whose journal articles she claimed to have written.
It was also mentioned that she has had other names and professions such as lawyer and architect by pulling the same scams she did in order to be a doctor.
Kim Legaspi first appears in season 7 and is introduced as a psychiatrist. Kim later gets involved in a friendship with Kerry Weaver that turns into more than a friendship after Kerry realizes she is a lesbian.
Their relationship does not last long because Kerry is in the closet and uncomfortable at being in public with Kim. When Kim is falsely accused of sexual misconduct on a case, Dr.
Romano leads a witch hunt and Kerry does not support Kim, leading Kim to break off their relationship. Kerry later tries to reconnect with Kim but Kim had moved on to a new partner.
In the season 7 finale "Rampage", Dr. Romano fires Kim when she doesn't immediately answer a bogus page from him, and later cites more bogus reasons for terminating her to an aghast Kerry Weaver.
Though Kerry comes out to Romano and says she'll fight him over his treatment of Kim, it's revealed in the Season 8 premiere that Kim quit at County and took a new position in San Francisco.
Kevin Moretti was Chief of Emergency Medicine, sarcastically dubbed 'Mussolini' by Abby Lockhart for his Italian surname and stern manner of running the ER in order to maximize efficiency.
Following the departure of Dr. Kerry Weaver and the resignation of Dr. Kevin Moretti is moved from the intensive-care unit to take charge of the ER.
His early appearances provoke much conflict with the ER Staff, particularly Abby and Pratt who find his "style" to be harsh and abrasive.
During a blackout-ridden Chicago night, he and Abby have an alcohol-fueled one night stand. After having a difficult visit from his troubled son, he finds out the son is having serious problems at college and takes personal leave to go help him.
He intended his absence to be temporary, but it later proved to be permanent and Dr. Skye Wexler was appointed acting chief in his stead.
Moretti later returns in the Season 14 Finale and apologizes separately to Abby and Luka for his role in their marital crisis. Abby is nonplussed by his explanation and doesn't talk very long to him, while Luka listens to Moretti's apology and then punches him in the jaw.
Moretti remarks, "I guess I had that coming. David Morgenstern was the chief of surgery and head of the ER until when he resigns shortly after he has a heart attack.
His background was a combination of Scottish and Russian-Jewish. Morgenstern first arrived at County in as a volunteer in his pre-med days. He was mentored by Dr.
Oliver Kosten, a young ER physician whose visions of better patient care eventually translated into an expanded and more functional ER.
David Morgenstern is responsible for a sage piece of advice that has been handed down throughout the series. In the pilot episode, when Julianna Margulies 's character, nurse Carol Hathaway , is brought to the hospital with a drug overdose, Morgenstern tells Dr.
Greene Anthony Edwards that he needs to "set the tone" to get the unit through the difficulty of treating one of its own.
Morgenstern worked at County General Hospital until after he made a mistake during a surgery and tried to make Dr. Peter Benton the scapegoat.
After Benton was suspended, Morgenstern admitted the truth to the hospital and told it to Benton in County's parking lot and resigned because the incident showed "I'm not a very great man, and that's what I need to work on.
Morgenstern returned to the ER in when his mentor, Dr. Kosten, wanders from his nursing home and returns to the ER he was instrumental in building.
Morgenstern reveals to the current ER staff the dramatic impact his mentor had on himself as well as on the entire hospital.
Skye Wexler was a locum hired by Dr. Kevin Moretti to help alleviate the staff situation. Initially, Skye was only in Chicago for a few months earning some extra money to fund a surfing trip.
But following Moretti's sudden departure, communication in the ER broke down and Skye spoke up that a new chief was needed right away. Much to her surprise, not to mention Pratt's, Anspaugh appointed Skye as the temporary head of the ER.
Skye told Anspaugh that she did not want that job as she was not planning on staying in Chicago but Anspaugh pointed out that she was the most qualified member of staff and gave her an ultimatum: all or nothing.
Following Skye's promotion, Pratt considered handing in his notice feeling undervalued but later changed his mind. Skye later got involved in a "friends with benefits" relationship with Dr.
Lucien Dubenko. The relationship with Lucien ended due to his jealousy when Skye begins a friendship with ladies man Dr. Simon Brenner and also when she kept dismissing his efforts to become more involved in her non-sexual social life.
She is one of only six characters to appear in every season. Her appearances were less frequent in the — and — seasons, as Freeman was appearing in the sitcom Working.
Haleh is a confident and skilled nurse who at times displays a motherly disposition to the staff. When Ray Barnett protests angrily at Haleh being allowed to evaluate him to Susan Lewis, Lewis sharply tells him, "Haleh has been here longer than anyone- she knows what she's talking about.
She has been Nurse manager two times over her 35 years at County;  in when Carol Hathaway was home following her suspension from the ER and between and , doing a terrible job in her first time there but a competent one the second time around.
She has sung at both Christmas and Halloween parties in the ER and has a truly fantastic voice. Haleh has been fired for short periods twice: during one episode in season 9 "Finders Keepers" , she was fired for a few hours by chief of the Emergency Room Robert Romano , but returned when Romano learned that nurses had many syndicates to protect them.
In season 12, the new chief nurse Eve Peyton, Samantha Taggart fired her but she was later rehired when an airplane exploded over the city shortly after takeoff and County was seriously short on nurses.
Sam called her in while Eve was away. Eve told Sam that it was a good move. Dawn Archer appeared as an ER nurse beginning in season Not much is known about her other than she is originally from New Orleans and was displaced in Hurricane Katrina.
During her time on the job, she has developed friendships with fellow nurses Chuny Marquez and Haleh Adams, and to a lesser degree, Sam Taggart. Wendy Goldman was one of the regular nurses from the first three seasons of ER.
Her character had a sweet and innocent demeanour, and frequently featured in comical subplots. Her first episode was in the pilot, "24 Hours", in Her absence from the show was explained by Kerry Weaver in season 4 when she says that two nurses left and Yosh Takata was hired to replace them.
Goldman's name was never mentioned again after she stopped appearing. Lily Jarvik is one of only six characters to appear in every season of the show, having made her first appearance in episode 1.
Since then she has proved to be a valuable resource in the County General Emergency Department. She is generally seen in the trauma rooms and keeping the floor running during major incidents.
Not much is really known about Lily as she was never been given much of a storyline to truly develop her character. She has often assisted in translating for Spanish -speaking patients.
After her relationship with Luka became problematic, she complained to Kerry Weaver who almost fired Luka. Later, when Chuny comments on how good Carter looks in a black suit, he reminds her about the "sexual harassment" complaints against Luka.
She proved to be good friends with many of the nursing staff and attempted to set Samantha up with their self-defense trainer who Sam had accidentally assaulted in the previous episode.
Only main cast members Noah Wyle and Laura Innes appeared in more episodes. Chuck Martin was a flight nurse and later ex-husband of Dr.
Susan Lewis. They met during a trip to Las Vegas , in which they got drunk and later married. After they return to Chicago, they have the marriage annulled, but this did not stop Chuck and Susan from further dating.
Chuck was injured in the helicopter crash on the roof of the hospital and had emergency surgery to remove his spleen. In this same crash, Dr.
Romano was killed as the helicopter fell off the roof and landed on Dr. Romano on the ground. Romano's death.
When Susan accepted a tenured position at the beginning of season 12, Chuck and his family move to Iowa.
In Sherry Stringfield's return appearance in the series finale, however, Susan mentioned that she was dating again, suggesting that she and Chuck were no longer together.
He has given the ER some comic relief and appears to be good friends with desk clerks Frank Martin and Jerry Markovic , to whom Malik once played a joke on, during his birthday surprise party.
It's also revealed that he gets very little pay despite his experience and for this does not protest his hours getting cut.
In the episode where all the nurses strike Malik continues to work and states that he doesn't have to worry because it doesn't get much cheaper than an LPN, so he was safe.
He was good friends with Abby Lockhart, having worked with her during her years as an ER nurse. Conni Oligario was a nurse in the ER since the first season in until when she was fired during the reign of terror by ER chief Robert Romano in season Conni and fellow nurses Lydia and Yosh protest their treatment and ask chief nurse Abby Lockhart to talk to Romano about it.
When Abby is unable to address Romano, the three nurses are replaced and each given a days suspension. Eve Peyton, Ph. Victor Clemente.
Her abrasive and unpleasant personality became especially clear when she forced Samantha Taggart to fire Haleh.
In the episode, Age of Innocence , Brenner reveals that he was molested as a child by his mother's boyfriend. Archie Morris wants Brenner to get help to deal with the trauma, but he tells Morris that he's dealing with it "in my own way.
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