Dating a neurosurgery resident
Still, after they divorce, they continue to see each other until the end of Season 9, when she decides to let him go.In Season 10, he starts a relationship with Emma Marling, an attending at Seattle Presbyterian, but they break up due to their different values in life.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.In Season 12, Bailey is named Chief of Surgery, making her the first female chief in the history of the hospital.In Season 14, she suffers a heart attack due to all the stress she is having in her life, notably the hospital hacking and Ben making a career change for the third time.
He invites a former colleague, Teddy Altman, to work alongside him, a decision that causes some friction between him and Cristina. After Richard Webber resigns, he is given the position of Chief of Surgery.
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.
A general surgery resident at Seattle Grace Hospital, Miranda Bailey initially gives a cold, domineering impression, earning her the nickname "The Nazi".
However, her attitude has since softened, and she has developed a maternal demeanor towards the residents in the hospital.