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Grey's Anatomy (TV Series 2005– )

Grey's Anatomy (TV Series 2005– )
Edit Storyline Grey's Anatomy is a medical drama set at the fictional Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital in Seattle. The series covers the stories of the interns and residents at the hospital as they try to balance their personal lives with the demands of their medical training. The main character is Meredith Grey, who is married to a neurosurgeon at the hospital .The show follows her life as a third year resident at the hospital in the surgical department run by Dr Richard Webber. It covers not only her relationship with her husband, but also with her best friend Cristina Yang and her interactions with the other doctors and staff. Plot Summary | Add Synopsis Taglines: Life changes in a heartbeat. Edit Did You Know? Trivia As is common for major TV and film productions, stars of the show have become famous in roles other than those they originally sought. Goofs Throughout the series, the Chief of Surgery is shown as running the hospital and surgeons are depicted as making diagnoses. Quotes Dr.

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