Would love it if you came and applied!

The characters we want the most are;

Owen Hunt.
Derek Shepherd.
Miranda Bailey
& also the interns!


ALEXANDRA GIULIANOTTI SLOAN - Surgical Intern - Taken

Alexandra Giulianotti Sloan was born on December 25th 1989 in Manhattan, New York to Natasha Giulianotti . Natasha Giulianotti was one of the top two female General Surgeons in the US. Marriage and family was never something that she wanted. She was focused, talented and extraordinary in the O.R. She was a force to be reckoned with. She always thought that her life would be about her career and nothing could get in the way. Having known Mark Sloan for a few months and hearing some of the rumors about his sexual skills Natasha decided to have a one night stand with the young doctor. That one night stand led to a few more encounters but after a few weeks Natasha ended the short sexual relationship with the younger Doctor. Not long after she cut ties with Mark she found out that she was pregnant having not been with anyone else she knew that Mark Sloan was the father of her child. It did not take her long to decide to keep the child a secret from the young doctor. Natasha did not want to burden him with the responsibility of raising a child during his intern year and if he ended up leaving the child at a young age she did not want it to be effected by his choice.  
Natasha always tried to be the best mother she could, she truly loved her daughter and after being raised by surgeons who procreated verses parents she wanted Alexandra to have something better than that. She felt the best way to do that was to keep the identity of Alexandra’s father a secret from Alexandra. So after Calling her old friend Catherine Avery and transferring to Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA Natasha took her new born baby and moved back to her house in Boston. Natasha could not help that the only thing she knew how to be was a surgeon and sadly against her wishes Alexandra ended up being another child of a surgeon who procreated.  
 Alexandra never really saw the reasons why her mother felt like she failed as a parent, truly Alexandra loved her more than anything in the world. Sure she did not have the same life as other children her age but Alexandra did not care. As a child It was never an issue for her, she thought it was cool that she got to spent 99% of her time in a huge hospital watching surgeons save lives everyday. Alexandra knew that when she grew up she would become a surgeon it was in her blood. Throughout her whole life Natasha and Catherine always told her “You must be extraordinary and nothing less!” Those words made Alexandra extremely scared of failing but at the same time gave her the motive to be the best at everything. Through out school, college and med school those words remained in the back of Alexandra’s mind causing her to be focused and driven. Between Natasha Giulianotti and Catherine Avery; Alexandra could not have had two better surgeons or women in her life. Even though the two women were extremely pushy and even though they found great joy meddling in her life Alexandra always held a special place in her heart for both of them.  
As Alexandra grew older she tried to stray from her Mother’s Legendary shadow but contrary her best attempts she realized that no matter where she went she could not escape the influence of the famous Dr. Natasha Giulianotti. After she finished Med school in New York Alexandra finally gave up and moved back to Boston to join the Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s surgical residency  program jus as her mother did. When it came to the topic of Alexandra’s father all she knew was that he was a surgeon and his last name was Sloan.  Alexandra always wondered who her father was and what it would be like if she could ever have him in her life but every time Alexandra would try to ask her mother about him she would end up changing the subject before reviling too much. When the 4th of July came Natasha threw a huge party during which Alexandra had over heard Her and Catherine discussing Mark Sloan. After the party was over she confronted her mother and told her that she was going to find him with or without her help. Days later Natasha told Alexandra everything she knew about Mark Sloan. It may have not been much but it was enough for Alexandra to decide to transfer to GSMH. The day after she arrived in Seattle she drove to the hospital to meet Dr. Mark Sloan but instead found out that he had died in a plane crash. Even though Alexandra was not able to meet her father she decided to stay in Seattle for a while in hopes of studding under the brilliant doctors at GSMH and getting to know her baby sister Sofia. 

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ALEXANDRA GIULIANOTTI SLOAN - Surgical Intern - Taken

Alexandra Giulianotti Sloan was born on December 25th 1989 in Manhattan, New York to Natasha Giulianotti . Natasha Giulianotti was one of the top two female General Surgeons in the US. Marriage and family was never something that she wanted. She was focused, talented and extraordinary in the O.R. She was a force to be reckoned with. She always thought that her life would be about her career and nothing could get in the way. Having known Mark Sloan for a few months and hearing some of the rumors about his sexual skills Natasha decided to have a one night stand with the young doctor. That one night stand led to a few more encounters but after a few weeks Natasha ended the short sexual relationship with the younger Doctor. Not long after she cut ties with Mark she found out that she was pregnant having not been with anyone else she knew that Mark Sloan was the father of her child. It did not take her long to decide to keep the child a secret from the young doctor. Natasha did not want to burden him with the responsibility of raising a child during his intern year and if he ended up leaving the child at a young age she did not want it to be effected by his choice.  

Natasha always tried to be the best mother she could, she truly loved her daughter and after being raised by surgeons who procreated verses parents she wanted Alexandra to have something better than that. She felt the best way to do that was to keep the identity of Alexandra’s father a secret from Alexandra. So after Calling her old friend Catherine Avery and transferring to Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA Natasha took her new born baby and moved back to her house in Boston. Natasha could not help that the only thing she knew how to be was a surgeon and sadly against her wishes Alexandra ended up being another child of a surgeon who procreated.  

 Alexandra never really saw the reasons why her mother felt like she failed as a parent, truly Alexandra loved her more than anything in the world. Sure she did not have the same life as other children her age but Alexandra did not care. As a child It was never an issue for her, she thought it was cool that she got to spent 99% of her time in a huge hospital watching surgeons save lives everyday. Alexandra knew that when she grew up she would become a surgeon it was in her blood. Throughout her whole life Natasha and Catherine always told her “You must be extraordinary and nothing less!” Those words made Alexandra extremely scared of failing but at the same time gave her the motive to be the best at everything. Through out school, college and med school those words remained in the back of Alexandra’s mind causing her to be focused and driven. Between Natasha Giulianotti and Catherine Avery; Alexandra could not have had two better surgeons or women in her life. Even though the two women were extremely pushy and even though they found great joy meddling in her life Alexandra always held a special place in her heart for both of them.  

As Alexandra grew older she tried to stray from her Mother’s Legendary shadow but contrary her best attempts she realized that no matter where she went she could not escape the influence of the famous Dr. Natasha Giulianotti. After she finished Med school in New York Alexandra finally gave up and moved back to Boston to join the Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s surgical residency  program jus as her mother did. When it came to the topic of Alexandra’s father all she knew was that he was a surgeon and his last name was Sloan.  Alexandra always wondered who her father was and what it would be like if she could ever have him in her life but every time Alexandra would try to ask her mother about him she would end up changing the subject before reviling too much. When the 4th of July came Natasha threw a huge party during which Alexandra had over heard Her and Catherine discussing Mark Sloan. After the party was over she confronted her mother and told her that she was going to find him with or without her help. Days later Natasha told Alexandra everything she knew about Mark Sloan. It may have not been much but it was enough for Alexandra to decide to transfer to GSMH. The day after she arrived in Seattle she drove to the hospital to meet Dr. Mark Sloan but instead found out that he had died in a plane crash. Even though Alexandra was not able to meet her father she decided to stay in Seattle for a while in hopes of studding under the brilliant doctors at GSMH and getting to know her baby sister Sofia. 

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MORGAN JOY ROBBINS - Surgical intern - Taken


Everyone has secrets, even Arizona Robbins, her best kept one being twenty two year old Morgan Robbins. Arizona knew all along that she was gay. In her younger years she hadn’t even bothered experimenting with men; she just always knew. Like many LGBT people, she was forced to fight many battles and face many hardships, the worst which occurred during her freshman year of college. Matthew Heights was his name. He was convinced he could change her, and so one drunken night, against her will he tried. The result of his violent, unforgivable act? Morgan Joy Robbins.
At the time, Arizona didn’t want kids but couldn’t bring herself to get an abortion either. At the end of her pregnancy she gave her daughter up, but not without making sure she would forever keep the name she was born with. Sadly, no family adopted little Morgan, and so for the next eighteen years the bright eyed, electric child bounced back and forth from foster home to foster home, never knowing the meaning of stability until she grew old enough to live on her own. Morgan worked all throughout her last two years of high school in order to save up money for college. After having lived in Baltimore for her entire life Morgan wanted a change - a drastic change - and applied to Seattle University, where she was accepted and a recipient of a full-ride academic scholarship.
College changed Morgan in many ways. There, she found a close knit group of people whom became her very best friends; they became her family. Her best friend, Amanda Andrews, was the sister she never had. For the first time in her entire life she felt she was exactly where she belonged. Her four years of schooling flew by in the blink of an eye and before she knew it, both she and Amanda had graduated with honors and a Bachelors of Science in Biology. From there, the next step for both of them was med school. For the next four years the two attended UW Medicine located in Seattle as well.
Before she knew it, May of 2013 rolled around and Morgan walked across that stage with her diploma in one hand and Amanda’s in her other. Little did she know that would be the last life changing moment she would spend with her best friend. Later that night, Amanda died in a car accident. Morgan, who was driving, was at fault. 
Though it has only been six weeks since the accident, Morgan learned long ago that despite tragedy, life must go on. Shortly after graduating, she accepted an internship offer from Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. It is there that the twenty four year old plans on reshaping herself and rebuilding her life by putting the pieces of her shattered heart back together and fulfilling her dream of becoming a surgeon, one day at a time. 

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MORGAN JOY ROBBINS - Surgical intern - Taken

Everyone has secrets, even Arizona Robbins, her best kept one being twenty two year old Morgan Robbins. Arizona knew all along that she was gay. In her younger years she hadn’t even bothered experimenting with men; she just always knew. Like many LGBT people, she was forced to fight many battles and face many hardships, the worst which occurred during her freshman year of college. Matthew Heights was his name. He was convinced he could change her, and so one drunken night, against her will he tried. The result of his violent, unforgivable act? Morgan Joy Robbins.

At the time, Arizona didn’t want kids but couldn’t bring herself to get an abortion either. At the end of her pregnancy she gave her daughter up, but not without making sure she would forever keep the name she was born with. Sadly, no family adopted little Morgan, and so for the next eighteen years the bright eyed, electric child bounced back and forth from foster home to foster home, never knowing the meaning of stability until she grew old enough to live on her own. Morgan worked all throughout her last two years of high school in order to save up money for college. After having lived in Baltimore for her entire life Morgan wanted a change - a drastic change - and applied to Seattle University, where she was accepted and a recipient of a full-ride academic scholarship.

College changed Morgan in many ways. There, she found a close knit group of people whom became her very best friends; they became her family. Her best friend, Amanda Andrews, was the sister she never had. For the first time in her entire life she felt she was exactly where she belonged. Her four years of schooling flew by in the blink of an eye and before she knew it, both she and Amanda had graduated with honors and a Bachelors of Science in Biology. From there, the next step for both of them was med school. For the next four years the two attended UW Medicine located in Seattle as well.

Before she knew it, May of 2013 rolled around and Morgan walked across that stage with her diploma in one hand and Amanda’s in her other. Little did she know that would be the last life changing moment she would spend with her best friend. Later that night, Amanda died in a car accident. Morgan, who was driving, was at fault. 

Though it has only been six weeks since the accident, Morgan learned long ago that despite tragedy, life must go on. Shortly after graduating, she accepted an internship offer from Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. It is there that the twenty four year old plans on reshaping herself and rebuilding her life by putting the pieces of her shattered heart back together and fulfilling her dream of becoming a surgeon, one day at a time. 

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We are a very active A/U Grey’s Anatomy role play group, set after the season nine finale. The perfect storm brought with it death, destruction, love and infidelity. Will marriages be restored, will there be love for some of the characters, you decide! Canon, original characters, and Private Practice characters are welcome. We will accept any characters that have left the show that you wish to see return to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Currently our most desired roles are Owen Hunt, Teddy Altman,Charlotte King and Alex Karev. 
ALL: Male | Female
OPEN: Male | Female
TAKEN: Male | Female
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We are a very active A/U Grey’s Anatomy role play group, set after the season nine finale. The perfect storm brought with it death, destruction, love and infidelity. Will marriages be restored, will there be love for some of the characters, you decide! Canon, original characters, and Private Practice characters are welcome. We will accept any characters that have left the show that you wish to see return to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Currently our most desired roles are Owen Hunt, Teddy Altman,Charlotte King and Alex Karev. 

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KATHLEEN SHEPHERD- General Surgery Attending - TAKEN

Bio: Teenagers; they think that they’re invincible. That the worst outcome of any situation couldn’t possibly happen to them. That had been exactly what Kathleen Shepherd thought at age sixteen when getting involved with a married man. They’d kept their affair a secret. They’d been using protection. They’d been safe, or so she thought. However, the pretty pink plus sign on the 99 cent pregnancy test she’d taken on the night of her junior year homecoming dance clearly stated otherwise. Nine months later Kathleen welcomed Mallory Rae Shepherd into this world all on her own and raised her with the support of her friends and family, and without the man who’d knocked her up in the first place. It was a struggle to say the least, but… she survived.
With the help of those around her, Kathleen managed to graduate high school and obtain her Bachelors of Science in Biology at New York University. She worked three jobs at a time in order to support herself and her daughter as she went on to continue her education at New York University School of Medicine. After graduating third in her class she proceeded to complete both her internship and residency at New York Presbyterian, where she is currently an attending of general surgery — though she won’t be staying there for long.
After receiving a panicked phone call from her twenty six year old regarding some secret her daughter has kept from her for the past two years, Kathleen has decided to not just visit Seattle, but move there permanently. However, Mallory isn’t the only one who’s been hiding something. Kathleen’s got a secret of her own and it’s about time she came clean. 

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KATHLEEN SHEPHERD- General Surgery Attending - TAKEN

Bio: Teenagers; they think that they’re invincible. That the worst outcome of any situation couldn’t possibly happen to them. That had been exactly what Kathleen Shepherd thought at age sixteen when getting involved with a married man. They’d kept their affair a secret. They’d been using protection. They’d been safe, or so she thought. However, the pretty pink plus sign on the 99 cent pregnancy test she’d taken on the night of her junior year homecoming dance clearly stated otherwise. Nine months later Kathleen welcomed Mallory Rae Shepherd into this world all on her own and raised her with the support of her friends and family, and without the man who’d knocked her up in the first place. It was a struggle to say the least, but… she survived.

With the help of those around her, Kathleen managed to graduate high school and obtain her Bachelors of Science in Biology at New York University. She worked three jobs at a time in order to support herself and her daughter as she went on to continue her education at New York University School of Medicine. After graduating third in her class she proceeded to complete both her internship and residency at New York Presbyterian, where she is currently an attending of general surgery — though she won’t be staying there for long.

After receiving a panicked phone call from her twenty six year old regarding some secret her daughter has kept from her for the past two years, Kathleen has decided to not just visit Seattle, but move there permanently. However, Mallory isn’t the only one who’s been hiding something. Kathleen’s got a secret of her own and it’s about time she came clean. 

Ships: Up to RPer


COOPER FREEDMAN - Pediatrician - TAKEN

Bio:
Cooper’s the mediator. The funny one, the kind one, the one who gives more. He’s the guy who likes to be needed, and who likes to explore in the bedroom. Explore his wife, to be more exact. Being married to Charlotte King has left him sometimes seeming like more of a decent guy than perhaps he is, but to be honest, neither of them give a damn.  Cooper loves children, and being a father has always been on the top of his ‘must achieve in life’ goals. He’s totally in love with Charlotte though, and can’t imagine doing life with out her, so for a while, he was torn. Until, he realized that he wanted Charlotte more than anything in life, i mean, come on, have you seen her? Cooper’s a good husband, he brings flowers home randomly when he know’s Charlotte’s been working long hours, he rubs her feet, and gives her massages. He even let’s her choose the movie when he takes her out. Over all, he’s a good guy. 

Ships: Charcoop

COOPER FREEDMAN - Pediatrician - TAKEN

Bio:

Cooper’s the mediator. The funny one, the kind one, the one who gives more. He’s the guy who likes to be needed, and who likes to explore in the bedroom. Explore his wife, to be more exact. Being married to Charlotte King has left him sometimes seeming like more of a decent guy than perhaps he is, but to be honest, neither of them give a damn.  Cooper loves children, and being a father has always been on the top of his ‘must achieve in life’ goals. He’s totally in love with Charlotte though, and can’t imagine doing life with out her, so for a while, he was torn. Until, he realized that he wanted Charlotte more than anything in life, i mean, come on, have you seen her? Cooper’s a good husband, he brings flowers home randomly when he know’s Charlotte’s been working long hours, he rubs her feet, and gives her massages. He even let’s her choose the movie when he takes her out. Over all, he’s a good guy. 

Ships: Charcoop


MALLORY SHEPHERD - Surgical Resident - TAKEN

Bio: Born on March 14, 1987, Mallory Rae Shepherd is the oldest of all of the Shepherd-clan nieces and nephews. Like most babies she was an accident, born to Kathleen Shepherd at the young age of sixteen years old. Her father left the picture the second he heard of Kathleen’s pregnancy. He was an older man and at the time the two slept together, he had been married to another woman and already had children of his own. Some mistress with a kid on the way wasn’t something he was interested in sticking around for. Derek, the only real man in the Shepherd family, was the only father figure Mallory ever had growing up. While it wasn’t enough to ward away all of the ‘daddy issues’ she gained growing up without a father, having a close relationship with her uncle did certainly help.
In elementary school Mallory was unbelievably smart for her age and ended up skipping the third grade all together because of it. She excelled all throughout high school and college as well, attending Dartmouth for her undergraduate education, where she first met her ex-girlfriend Lauren Boswell, and then Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons for medical school. However, on the night of her medical school graduation something happened which changed everything. She was attacked; brutally beaten and raped, and since that night, the latter has been a secret she’s kept from all but one: Addison Montgomery.
Post the night of her attack and after receiving multiple surgical internship offers, Mallory chose the hospital located the farthest away from her current home: Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. It was in this miraculous city of angels that she was reunited with her aunt, Addison Montgomery, who later delivered the baby Mallory was impregnated with as a result of the rape, and made the decision to keep.
Now, more than a year has past since Mallory first left New York. Though fleeing the state in order to secretly continue her pregnancy to term meant cutting all communication with and suddenly vanishing from the lives of those who cared about her, she is now finding herself ready to slowly begin to immerse herself back into their lives again, if they’ll have her. Of how much she’ll come clean about she is not entirely certain; only time will tell. However, more has led her to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital other than her new residency position and idea of rekindling relationships. Her son needs Derek Shepherd’s help, and it’s a matter of life and death. 

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MALLORY SHEPHERD - Surgical Resident - TAKEN

Bio: Born on March 14, 1987, Mallory Rae Shepherd is the oldest of all of the Shepherd-clan nieces and nephews. Like most babies she was an accident, born to Kathleen Shepherd at the young age of sixteen years old. Her father left the picture the second he heard of Kathleen’s pregnancy. He was an older man and at the time the two slept together, he had been married to another woman and already had children of his own. Some mistress with a kid on the way wasn’t something he was interested in sticking around for. Derek, the only real man in the Shepherd family, was the only father figure Mallory ever had growing up. While it wasn’t enough to ward away all of the ‘daddy issues’ she gained growing up without a father, having a close relationship with her uncle did certainly help.

In elementary school Mallory was unbelievably smart for her age and ended up skipping the third grade all together because of it. She excelled all throughout high school and college as well, attending Dartmouth for her undergraduate education, where she first met her ex-girlfriend Lauren Boswell, and then Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons for medical school. However, on the night of her medical school graduation something happened which changed everything. She was attacked; brutally beaten and raped, and since that night, the latter has been a secret she’s kept from all but one: Addison Montgomery.

Post the night of her attack and after receiving multiple surgical internship offers, Mallory chose the hospital located the farthest away from her current home: Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. It was in this miraculous city of angels that she was reunited with her aunt, Addison Montgomery, who later delivered the baby Mallory was impregnated with as a result of the rape, and made the decision to keep.

Now, more than a year has past since Mallory first left New York. Though fleeing the state in order to secretly continue her pregnancy to term meant cutting all communication with and suddenly vanishing from the lives of those who cared about her, she is now finding herself ready to slowly begin to immerse herself back into their lives again, if they’ll have her. Of how much she’ll come clean about she is not entirely certain; only time will tell. However, more has led her to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital other than her new residency position and idea of rekindling relationships. Her son needs Derek Shepherd’s help, and it’s a matter of life and death. 

Ships: Up to RPer


JULIA NICHOLS- Cardio Surgeon - TAKEN

Bio: Julia Nichols was born in Manhattan, New York, but she never knew her birth parents. She grew up in the foster care system, and she never found that one home and family that she had dreamed about so often. Instead, she spent most of her free time at the library and school. No one at school wanted to be friends with the foster care, poor girl, so she kept to herself. She had no distractions, so she was free to study and do school work. Her GPA was a perfect 4.0 by the time she finished high school.  Julia had natural talent and skill in her class subjects, especially biology and anatomy. She was fascinated by the complexity of the human body, and Julia was obsessed with performing dissections or reading new medical journals that she found at the library.
Her talent wasn’t noticed much by her classmates; however, it was noticed by Johns Hopkins University, who also gave her a full scholarship to attend their school. At school, Julia excelled and was able to socialize more than she ever had in Manhattan. By her sophomore year, she had become comfortable at the university and was still maintain straight As. Then came Jerry. Julia met Jerry, a political science major, the second semester of her sophomore year while working in the coffee shop on campus. They quickly fell in love and got married a year later, after graduation, where Julia graduated early.
Julia and Jerry moved back to New York together, and Julia began her career as a surgical intern while Jerry started working his way up in the political world. A couple months into their major, Julia became pregnant, and nine months later, she gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, Kip Nichols. Julia’s life seemed like the perfect fairytale. She went from having nothing and no one to everything she could have ever wished for; she was successful (a cardio fellow in NYC), married to an up and coming senator, and had a beautiful, intelligent son. However, things were too good to be true.
As Julia and Jerry’s lives progressed, they began to grow distant. Julia saw changes in her husband that she had feared since he began his career in politics. But, she brushed it aside and the two tried to work out their issues. It wasn’t until Julia came home early one day from her shift that things changed. She walked in her bedroom and found her husband Jerry in bed with, not one, but two other women. Julia stood in the doorway of her on bedroom, stunned at the sight in front of her. She was horrified. All Jerry could say was “You’re home early.”
Julia couldn’t look at her husband after that. She moved out of the house they shared a month later and moved to Seattle. Kip was accepted early to the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, so she didn’t exactly have to leave him. Julia accepted a job offer at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital after hearing of their recent staff cuts and shortages. She is looking at GSMH as a new start as she begins divorce proceedings with the fabulous and charming New York senator. 

JULIA NICHOLS- Cardio Surgeon - TAKEN

Bio: Julia Nichols was born in Manhattan, New York, but she never knew her birth parents. She grew up in the foster care system, and she never found that one home and family that she had dreamed about so often. Instead, she spent most of her free time at the library and school. No one at school wanted to be friends with the foster care, poor girl, so she kept to herself. She had no distractions, so she was free to study and do school work. Her GPA was a perfect 4.0 by the time she finished high school.  Julia had natural talent and skill in her class subjects, especially biology and anatomy. She was fascinated by the complexity of the human body, and Julia was obsessed with performing dissections or reading new medical journals that she found at the library.

Her talent wasn’t noticed much by her classmates; however, it was noticed by Johns Hopkins University, who also gave her a full scholarship to attend their school. At school, Julia excelled and was able to socialize more than she ever had in Manhattan. By her sophomore year, she had become comfortable at the university and was still maintain straight As. Then came Jerry. Julia met Jerry, a political science major, the second semester of her sophomore year while working in the coffee shop on campus. They quickly fell in love and got married a year later, after graduation, where Julia graduated early.

Julia and Jerry moved back to New York together, and Julia began her career as a surgical intern while Jerry started working his way up in the political world. A couple months into their major, Julia became pregnant, and nine months later, she gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, Kip Nichols. Julia’s life seemed like the perfect fairytale. She went from having nothing and no one to everything she could have ever wished for; she was successful (a cardio fellow in NYC), married to an up and coming senator, and had a beautiful, intelligent son. However, things were too good to be true.

As Julia and Jerry’s lives progressed, they began to grow distant. Julia saw changes in her husband that she had feared since he began his career in politics. But, she brushed it aside and the two tried to work out their issues. It wasn’t until Julia came home early one day from her shift that things changed. She walked in her bedroom and found her husband Jerry in bed with, not one, but two other women. Julia stood in the doorway of her on bedroom, stunned at the sight in front of her. She was horrified. All Jerry could say was “You’re home early.”

Julia couldn’t look at her husband after that. She moved out of the house they shared a month later and moved to Seattle. Kip was accepted early to the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, so she didn’t exactly have to leave him. Julia accepted a job offer at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital after hearing of their recent staff cuts and shortages. She is looking at GSMH as a new start as she begins divorce proceedings with the fabulous and charming New York senator. 


LUCILLE GEORGE - Psychologist- TAKEN

Bio: Lucille, or Luce as she’s more affectionately known, was born in England into a family where she had four older brothers and an older sister. She was very much loved, but being the youngest in such a large family always paid a price. She was forever being left out of things and they made her know that she was the youngest and that they could tell her what to do because they were older than her. As Lucille grew up, she noticed a big difference between her and her older siblings; while they were all quite playful and fun, she was much more serious and instead of partying or going out with her friends, she would rather get her head in a book and read by the fire. She always knew she was different and everyone else knew it too and she was teased relentlessly throughout her school years, people called her a freak, weird, a geek and numerous other things too. When she’d just turned sixteen, Lucille attempted suicide; it was the first in a long line of attempts. She didn’t fit in, she didn’t like herself and not many people liked her either.
Leaving school and going to college was somewhat a breath of fresh air for Luce, she started to make friends and she started to fit in…that was until she realised that the way she was feeling about one of her female friends, wasn’t exactly the way you should feel about your friends. She tried to shrug the feelings off, but no matter how hard she tried, they just got deeper and deeper until one day, she was just overwhelmed with emotion and she tried to kiss said friend. As expected, that didn’t end too well and she was beaten up so badly that she ended up in hospital. Once out of the hospital, she attempted to kill herself again; everything had just gotten too much for her and she wasn’t happy at all, she just wanted to die.  Her perspective on life had changed drastically in just a few years and her parents were incredibly worried about her and so were her siblings, but she assured them that she was perfectly alright and there was nothing wrong at all. She’d gotten pretty good at hiding her feelings and she plastered a fake smile on her face on a daily basis.
When Luce finished up at college, she decided – much to the delight of her parents – that she wanted to go to university and study to be some sort of doctor. She’d always been interested in medical things, probably due to the amount of time she’d spent in hospitals over the years, but there was just something about medicine and things to do with it that fascinated her. A year into her course she found that it wasn’t the operating and the ‘hands on’ side of things that she was good at, it was the talking and the reading people. So she dropped out of her medicine course and moved to a psychology course. Several years of hard work later, she was finally qualified to do what she wanted and become a psychologist. Finding a job was always going to be hard, but she didn’t realize just how hard it was going to be.
When she was looking she came across a private clinic in New York that was looking for a fully qualified psychologist, she’d never left the country so was wary about doing so, but after many emails were sent back and forth to the owner of the clinic, she was invited to visit, her flights and accommodation paid for. Luce was grateful for the opportunity to look at somewhere different, England had good parts about it, but it wasn’t the best place to live and although she hadn’t thought about it much before, she would much rather live in a completely different country all together. While she was in America, she met a girl, Charlotte. They hit it off straight away and although Luce had never been in love before, she could feel herself falling for this girl, hard and fast and she knew after just a few weeks of getting to know her that it was love, she’d never felt so strongly about someone before and the day before she left to go back to England, Charlotte kissed her and she knew, she knew that America was the place she wanted to be and the clinic was the place she wanted to work. She planned to go back a few weeks later to deal with paperwork and find herself an apartment, because although she couldn’t work there straight away, she could spend time with Charlotte and that’s exactly what she did. They went out for dinner a lot and they spent a lot of time reading together and Luce just knew there was something special between them. Eventually, after almost a year, she was able to work in America so she packed up her things and said goodbye to her family and left for the states.
After three years working at the clinic, Luce and Charlotte decided they wanted to try something new and they packed up the apartment they lived in and moved to Seattle. After hearing about a series of events which occurred at one of the hospitals, Luce couldn’t help but be intrigued so she decided that she’d go along, to Sloan Grey Memorial Hospital, to check it out. She met with the chief of staff and he offered both her and Charlotte jobs at the hospital.

Ships: Charluce

LUCILLE GEORGE - Psychologist- TAKEN

Bio: Lucille, or Luce as she’s more affectionately known, was born in England into a family where she had four older brothers and an older sister. She was very much loved, but being the youngest in such a large family always paid a price. She was forever being left out of things and they made her know that she was the youngest and that they could tell her what to do because they were older than her. As Lucille grew up, she noticed a big difference between her and her older siblings; while they were all quite playful and fun, she was much more serious and instead of partying or going out with her friends, she would rather get her head in a book and read by the fire. She always knew she was different and everyone else knew it too and she was teased relentlessly throughout her school years, people called her a freak, weird, a geek and numerous other things too. When she’d just turned sixteen, Lucille attempted suicide; it was the first in a long line of attempts. She didn’t fit in, she didn’t like herself and not many people liked her either.

Leaving school and going to college was somewhat a breath of fresh air for Luce, she started to make friends and she started to fit in…that was until she realised that the way she was feeling about one of her female friends, wasn’t exactly the way you should feel about your friends. She tried to shrug the feelings off, but no matter how hard she tried, they just got deeper and deeper until one day, she was just overwhelmed with emotion and she tried to kiss said friend. As expected, that didn’t end too well and she was beaten up so badly that she ended up in hospital. Once out of the hospital, she attempted to kill herself again; everything had just gotten too much for her and she wasn’t happy at all, she just wanted to die.  Her perspective on life had changed drastically in just a few years and her parents were incredibly worried about her and so were her siblings, but she assured them that she was perfectly alright and there was nothing wrong at all. She’d gotten pretty good at hiding her feelings and she plastered a fake smile on her face on a daily basis.

When Luce finished up at college, she decided – much to the delight of her parents – that she wanted to go to university and study to be some sort of doctor. She’d always been interested in medical things, probably due to the amount of time she’d spent in hospitals over the years, but there was just something about medicine and things to do with it that fascinated her. A year into her course she found that it wasn’t the operating and the ‘hands on’ side of things that she was good at, it was the talking and the reading people. So she dropped out of her medicine course and moved to a psychology course. Several years of hard work later, she was finally qualified to do what she wanted and become a psychologist. Finding a job was always going to be hard, but she didn’t realize just how hard it was going to be.

When she was looking she came across a private clinic in New York that was looking for a fully qualified psychologist, she’d never left the country so was wary about doing so, but after many emails were sent back and forth to the owner of the clinic, she was invited to visit, her flights and accommodation paid for. Luce was grateful for the opportunity to look at somewhere different, England had good parts about it, but it wasn’t the best place to live and although she hadn’t thought about it much before, she would much rather live in a completely different country all together. While she was in America, she met a girl, Charlotte. They hit it off straight away and although Luce had never been in love before, she could feel herself falling for this girl, hard and fast and she knew after just a few weeks of getting to know her that it was love, she’d never felt so strongly about someone before and the day before she left to go back to England, Charlotte kissed her and she knew, she knew that America was the place she wanted to be and the clinic was the place she wanted to work. She planned to go back a few weeks later to deal with paperwork and find herself an apartment, because although she couldn’t work there straight away, she could spend time with Charlotte and that’s exactly what she did. They went out for dinner a lot and they spent a lot of time reading together and Luce just knew there was something special between them. Eventually, after almost a year, she was able to work in America so she packed up her things and said goodbye to her family and left for the states.

After three years working at the clinic, Luce and Charlotte decided they wanted to try something new and they packed up the apartment they lived in and moved to Seattle. After hearing about a series of events which occurred at one of the hospitals, Luce couldn’t help but be intrigued so she decided that she’d go along, to Sloan Grey Memorial Hospital, to check it out. She met with the chief of staff and he offered both her and Charlotte jobs at the hospital.

Ships: Charluce


CHARLIE WATSON - Head of Oncology - TAKEN

Bio: Charlotte, or ‘Charlie’ as she was more often called, had, compared to a lot of people, a relatively happy childhood. She was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, to Evelyn and John Watson, a school teacher and writer. For the first few years of her life, she grew up in Scotland, spending time at home with her father, and reading books. It was noticed from a young age how intelligent the young girl was, tearing through books and solving puzzles meant for adults long before she even turned five. Her father, knowing that Charlie was special, began tutoring her at home, giving her tests and puzzles meant for children almost twice her age, and she quickly completed them, before running about the house pretending she was a pirate.


It was around that time, that her mother wished to move the family back to where she originally came from; San Francisco. It was a shock for Charlie, not used to so much sunshine and smiling people, and she quickly flourished. It was the year after their move to San Francisco that the Watson family welcomed the newest member of their family, baby Alexandre. Charlie loved her little brother, and at first was reluctant to leave the house to go to school. But after some gentle prodding from her mother, she finally relented, and much to her surprise began to have fun. It was suggested by one of her teachers that Charlie be moved ahead a few years, and despite being worried of how it would affect their daughter moving ahead to quickly, they knew it was best for her. 

By the age of fourteen, Charlie was graduating high-school, and despite being excited to go to college, the Watson family was dealt a heavy blow; Evelyn had breast cancer. Despite her intelligence, Charlie was still a kid, and it had never occurred to her until that point that she could loose her parents. Luckily they had caught it early and after a double mastectomy and a few round of chemo, she recovered. But it the experience had stuck with Charlie, and rather idealisticly decided she was going to make sure people like her mom were going to stick around. A year after her mother’s cancer scare, Charlie was a accepted to the Stanford School of Medicine, and she quickly stormed through her internship and residency with single minded determination.

It was while in her third year as an oncology fellow at New York Presbyterian Hospital that Charlie fell in love. It wasn’t something that she had much experience with, but it was just like her mom had said; she’d know when she found the right person. It felt like a whirlwind, and Charlie was swept away entirely by Lucille, going as far as her kissing her in the airport, and praying, despite being an atheist, for her to come back soon. 

Three years after Lucille had moved to New York, and into Charlie’s life, they wanted to try something new. It wasn’t long after that, that Lucille had met with the Chief of Surgery at Grey-Sloan Memorial, and had offered them both positions, as well as giving Charlie the head of oncology position she had been passed over for in New York. A few weeks later, the two women decided to pack up their home, and make the move to Seattle.

Ships: charluce

CHARLIE WATSON - Head of Oncology - TAKEN

Bio: Charlotte, or ‘Charlie’ as she was more often called, had, compared to a lot of people, a relatively happy childhood. She was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, to Evelyn and John Watson, a school teacher and writer. For the first few years of her life, she grew up in Scotland, spending time at home with her father, and reading books. It was noticed from a young age how intelligent the young girl was, tearing through books and solving puzzles meant for adults long before she even turned five. Her father, knowing that Charlie was special, began tutoring her at home, giving her tests and puzzles meant for children almost twice her age, and she quickly completed them, before running about the house pretending she was a pirate.

It was around that time, that her mother wished to move the family back to where she originally came from; San Francisco. It was a shock for Charlie, not used to so much sunshine and smiling people, and she quickly flourished. It was the year after their move to San Francisco that the Watson family welcomed the newest member of their family, baby Alexandre. Charlie loved her little brother, and at first was reluctant to leave the house to go to school. But after some gentle prodding from her mother, she finally relented, and much to her surprise began to have fun. It was suggested by one of her teachers that Charlie be moved ahead a few years, and despite being worried of how it would affect their daughter moving ahead to quickly, they knew it was best for her. 
By the age of fourteen, Charlie was graduating high-school, and despite being excited to go to college, the Watson family was dealt a heavy blow; Evelyn had breast cancer. Despite her intelligence, Charlie was still a kid, and it had never occurred to her until that point that she could loose her parents. Luckily they had caught it early and after a double mastectomy and a few round of chemo, she recovered. But it the experience had stuck with Charlie, and rather idealisticly decided she was going to make sure people like her mom were going to stick around. A year after her mother’s cancer scare, Charlie was a accepted to the Stanford School of Medicine, and she quickly stormed through her internship and residency with single minded determination.
It was while in her third year as an oncology fellow at New York Presbyterian Hospital that Charlie fell in love. It wasn’t something that she had much experience with, but it was just like her mom had said; she’d know when she found the right person. It felt like a whirlwind, and Charlie was swept away entirely by Lucille, going as far as her kissing her in the airport, and praying, despite being an atheist, for her to come back soon. 
Three years after Lucille had moved to New York, and into Charlie’s life, they wanted to try something new. It wasn’t long after that, that Lucille had met with the Chief of Surgery at Grey-Sloan Memorial, and had offered them both positions, as well as giving Charlie the head of oncology position she had been passed over for in New York. A few weeks later, the two women decided to pack up their home, and make the move to Seattle.

Ships: charluce