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  • Doctors
    • Banana Fartman M.D.
        • What the kid who's been drawing penises on cop cars tells Jake his name is (Season 1 episode The Tagger)
    • Ben Pfeffer
        • Michael and Carol's pediatrition that describes everything as breathtaking. (Season 5 episode The Hamptons)
    • Bert Doggert M.D.
        • Doctor listed on Masuka's email from the DEA (Season 1 episode Return to Sender), then again on coroner's report on one of the powerful women that committed suicide. (Season 1 episode Shrink Wrap)

    • Christian Horn Jr., M.D.
        • Horn's son that he reads about in the encyclopedia in the cafe. episode A Hundred Yards Over the Rim.
    • Curtis Kheelman Pharm D.
        • Doctor listed on Masuka's email from the DEA (list of individuals that have access to the drug M99) that Dexter intercepts. (Season 1 episode Return to Sender)
    • David Lewis M.D.
        • Doctor listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Doc Rhodes
        • Lewis Wilson's father offers Lewis some pills, pills that Doc Rhodes gave him when Lewis' mother passed. (Season 1 episode Crosshairs)
    • Doctor
        • Generic doctor in the Simpsons version of Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon. (Season 9 episode All Singing All Dancing)
    • Doctor Green
        • Doctor that the lab technician mentions after Henry Deaver's MRI scan. (Season 1 episode Harvest)
    • Doctor Robert
        • Day or night he'll be there any time at all, Doctor Robert. (Song Doctor Robert)
    • Doctor Xang Medical Clinic
        • On the Sorcerer world, the sliders take the injured Quinn (after being shot in the shoulder by the Lottery Commission) to the Doctor Xang Medical Clinic to see Manfred Xang, M.D. There's a degree from Pacifica University in his office. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
    • Dorian, MD
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

    • Dr. A. Heller
        • Medical services include laser hair removal, acupuncture, aromatherapy. Also a genius weapons designer.
    • Dr. Aaron Ginsberg
        • Ear, nose and throat doctor - fake business card Brian creates for Joe for their weekend trip to Atlantic City (Season 4 episode I've Got a Secret)
    • Dr. Allcome
        • Actually a code word used to signal everybody to come to the front of a hospital, at least according to Spider.
    • Dr. Altschuler
        • After case study Clevon impales his crotch on an iron gate attempting to jump from a lake into a swimming pool on a Jet ski, Doctors Krinski and Altschuler managed to help him regain full reproductive function, with the help of recent advances in stem cell research.
    • Dr. Annalaro
        • Doctor at Deuxvilles Hospital in Jerusalem's Lot. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • Dr. Ariza
        • Director of clinical services at the hospital where Jack works. (Season 5 episode The Little Prince)
    • Dr. Arnold Shaw
        • Pet psychiatrist Martin hires to take a look at Eddie (Season 4 episode Death and the Dog)
    • Dr. Art Ulene
        • Bill complains about another broadcaster using the word penis on the air during his new opinion segment, but recants after finding out that the broadcaster was a doctor. Bill: "Yesterday I tried to call attention to a rival broadcaster's use of an obscene word on the airwaves. I have subsequently been informed that the key issue is context. That certain broadcaster, Dr. Art Ulene, was using the word in a medical discussion about prostate conditions." (Season 3 episode The Injury)
    • Dr. Bailey
        • Doctor on Christina's home world. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
    • Dr. Bambi
        • Episode War of the Caprophages. Worked at the robotics lab, and played Mulder's love interest in this episode. Dr. Bambi's last name is Berenbaum... Although I don't think she should be listed under healthcare... she was an entomologist (sp?), she studied bugs, & had nothing to do with healthcare...
        • In Abed's virtual simulation of Greendale Hospital School in episode Virtual Systems Analysis, Troy is a doctor.
    • Dr. Becker
        • Doctor at Deuxvilles Hospital in Jerusalem's Lot. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • Dr. Belcher
        • Doctor that Roz's date Jack mentions when he checks his messages (Season 8 episode Episode Cranes Unplugged)
    • Dr. Ben Kyle
        • Saved Kosh’s life, transferred to Earth to work directly with the President. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
    • Dr. Benayoun
        • Doctor and an old friend of Picard's, that Picard requests to be cleared for service with Starfleet. (Season 1 episode Maps and Legends)
    • Dr. Benton
        • Bob takes an "emergency message" for Dr. Tupperman when Carol is late to work. “Dr. Benton has the flu and can Dr. Tupperman replace him tomorrow. If he can , tell him to meet with the other doctors at the first tee.” (Season 1 episode Come Live With Me)
    • Dr. Berg
        • Doctor Elaine consults about her rash, after leaving her doctor because he thinks she's difficult. (Season 8 episode The Package)
    • Dr. Berkus
        • After the accident, Judith wakes up to Dr. Berkus in Marin County Hospital.
    • Dr. Bettina Fairchild
        • Medical doctor, Aeryn's identity in the Scarrans' holographic simulation. (Season 2 episode Won't Get Fooled Again)
    • Dr. Bickwell New record added 9/19/2021
        • Dr. Bickwell diagnoses Bob with tonsillitis, and checks him into St. Agnes Hospital. (Season 4 episode Bob Has to Have His Tonsils Out, So He Spends Christmas Eve in the Hospital)
    • Dr. Big
        • Name Monica calls Chandler, attempting to be seductivw when she's sick: Calling Dr. Big, Dr. Big to the bed. (Season 6 episode The One With Rachel's Sister)
    • Dr. Bison
        • Doctor that Jackie Chiles sends Kramer to see. (Season 7 episode The Maestro)
    • Dr. Blaze
        • Doctor's name that Victor's mother claims is actually the code for a fire when paged at a hospital.
    • Dr. Blockhead
        • Episode Humbug. Not a practitioner of medicine. Dr. Blockhead drives nails and other object into his body. A circus doctor.
    • Dr. Blue
        • Doctor's name that Victor's mother claims is actually the code for when somebody stops breathing when paged at a hospital.
    • Dr. Blumen
        • Fake name Michael gives his mother when he calls the family to see if they noticed that he and George Michael left for Phoenix (Season 2)
    • Dr. Bolivar
        • Doctor that treats "fractures” - people that snap after working themselves too hard. (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
    • Dr. Brenden Sweeney
        • After six calls, during each of which Ed Norris carefully held his temper with both hands, he finally found a doctor in Polliston who would look at Hector if they could get him there by three. Polliston was off their route, twenty miles west of Hammer Crossing, but now the important thing was Hector. Ed was getting very worried about him. He'd never seen the kid with so little oomph in him. They were waiting in the outer office of Dr. Brenden Sweeney by two in the afternoon. By then Ed was sneezing, too. Sweeney's waiting room was full; they didn't get in to see the doctor until nearly four o'clock. Trish couldn't rouse Heck to more than a sludgy semiconsciousness, and she felt feverish herself. Only Stan Norris, age nine, stillfelt good enough to fidget.
    • Dr. Brooks
        • Hurley's psychiatrist in the institution. (Season 2 episode Dave)
    • Dr. Byson
        • When the gang calls Jackie Chiles from Latham, Massachusetts to come defend them, he tells his secretary to cancel his appointment with Dr. Byson. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
    • Dr. Carlhian
        • Doctor at Deuxvilles Hospital in Jerusalem's Lot. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • Dr. Carr
        • The doctor that prescribes imipramine to stop night terrors in season 1 episode 2 Butterfly.
    • Dr. Carroll
        • The doctor that nurse Pam tells Ethan is going to check on him in hospital after the car accident in episode 1, though he never does. Dr. Jenkins shows up later, but not Dr. Carroll. Dr. Carroll is not actually seen in person until episode 8.
    • Dr. Carter
        • When Jessica Jones goes to Metro General looking for information on Kilgrave and the bus accident, she impersonates a new nurse on her first day of work that transferred from Seattle Grace hospital - a Grey's Anatomy reference, and she needs information for Dr. Carter, the new head of oncology. (Season 1 episode AKA Crush Syndrome)
    • Dr. Castel
        • Dr. Rieux's colleague that he consults about the illness. They come to the conclusion that a plague is sweeping the town of Oran.
    • Dr. Cheeks
        • Bart drops his drawers at the hospital: "Hello, I'm Dr.Cheeks. I'm doing my rounds, and I'm a little behind." (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Dr. Cho
        • Doctor at the hospital where Ana works. Dr. Dandewar: "Am I missing something? Why did Dr. Cho order a head x-ray when the man was bitten on the hand?"
    • Dr. Clint Webber
        • Host of Health watch talk show on KACL (Season 5 episode Perfect Guy)
    • Dr. Clipperton
        • Ben's doctor, referencing a character from David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
    • Dr. Cody Bullwhip
        • Ed offers to play a doctor in the video of Lacey coming out of her fake coma. (Episode Charlie Gets Between Sean and Jordan)
    • Dr. Coheeba
        • Doctor mentioned on TV commercial on the oil company world. (Season 3 episode The Fire Within)
    • Dr. Collins
        • Doctor name Annie drops trying to get out of Shirley's Thanksgiving dinner in season 4 episode 5.
    • Dr. Connelly
        • Monica and Chandler's fertility doctor. (Season 9 episode The Fertility Test)
    • Dr. Costa
        • "Just a moment and I'll check on that, sir." The screen temporarily blanked out. Time passed. Rick took a pinch of Dr. Johnson Snuff and shivered; without the car's heater the temperature had begun to plunge. "Dr. Costa says that Mr. Holden is not receiving calls," the operator told him, reappearing. "This is police business," he said; he held his flat pack of ID up to the screen. "Just a moment." Again the operator vanished. Again Rick inhaled a pinch of D. Johnson Snuff; the menthol in it tasted foul, so early in the morning. He rolled down the car window and tossed the little yellow tin out into the rubble. "No, sir," the operator said, once more on his screen. "Dr. Costa does not feel Mr. Holden's condition will permit him to take any calls, no matter how urgent, for at least — "
    • Dr. Craig Connor
        • Sam Beckett leaps into heart-throb star Kyle Hart, who portrays Dr. Craig Connor on the daytime soap opera Moments to Live. (Season 4 episode Moments to Live)
    • Dr. Cruz
        • Doctor that examines Mike Bowman's daughter Tina after she is attacked by small escaped dinosaurs in Costa Rica.
    • Dr. Daly
        • Episode One Breath. The Doctor that attended to Scully upon her return from being abducted at Skyland Mountain in Duane Barry.
    • Dr. Deera Mubaric
        • Doctor on the Egypt world. (Season 3 Slide Like an Egyptian)
    • Dr. Dekter
        • Orthopedist that Lloyd Braun mentions, he makes an appointment for George after George lies about his arm moving involuntarily. (Season 5 episode The Non-Fat Yogurt)
    • Dr. Delcavoli
        • One of the top 10 oncologists in the nation with whom Skyler schedules an appointment for Walt. (Season 1 episode Cancer Man)
    • Dr. Dick Trimmings
        • Gimpy sidekick doctor from TV show Doctor Cop Lawyer (Season 2 episode 3 Them's the Breaks)
    • Dr. Dickens
        • Doctor Helen claims to have seen regarding her fictitious disease Faulkner's Syndrome. "He's the top Faulkner man" (Season 7 episode Lynch Party)
    • Dr. Donald Blake
        • The Name on the fake ID that Dr. Selvig creates for Thor is Dr. Donald J. Blake, Thor's alter ego in Marvel Comics.
    • Dr. Dorfman
        • Emily’s doctor. (Season 2 episode Backlash)
        • Dr. Dorfman advises Carol on sunscreen products. The pharmacy was all out of Hellfire Sunburn Cream, but she buys the ret of the options that Dr. Dorfman recommends: Scorch-No, Burn-Me-Not and Zemeltrickselfeen for redheads. (Season 3 episode Serve for Daylight)
        • Plastic surgeon Kevin mentions when checking into the hotel. "Dr. Dorfman did an amazing job!"
    • Dr. Drake Ramoray
        • Neurosurgeon. Joey's character on Days of Our Lives. (Season 2 episode The One With Russ) Voted most dateable neurosurgeon by Teen Beat magazine. (Season 3 episode The One With the Tiny T-Shirt)
    • Dr. Dubin
        • Doctor at Philadelphia City Hospital that interviews David after the Eastrail train accident.
    • Dr. E.R. Fowler
        • Doctor on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Dr. Edwards
        • Doctor lee mentions might stop by for a friendly visit talking with Cal about Adam's eyes hurting.
    • Dr. Egoyan
        • Abe’s friend in his retirement home gives him a business card for Dr. Egoyan, a doctor that helps old people to kill themselves using a death machine called the diePOD. (Season 17 episode Million-Dollar Abie)
    • Dr. Emlyn McCarron
        • The name of the doctor who told the story of the Breathing Method at The Club (Story: The Breathing Method)
    • Dr. Fein
        • Doctor Elaine meets at the hospital when George thinks he's having a heart attack. She nicknames him Dr. Tongue, because all he talks about is the anatomy of the tongue. (Season 2 episode The Heart Attack)
    • Dr. Filangie
        • After Ross says Rachel, Phoebe calls Emily's mother claiming to be Ross' personal physician, and that she discovered that he forgot to take his brain medicine. (Season 4 episode The One After Ross Says Rachel)
    • Dr. Foot
        • Homer decides to "cure" the screaming caterpillar known as a screamapillar by using "Dr. Foot". (Season 13 The Frying Game)
    • Dr. Franz Blau
        • Rose Schwartz appears on the The Sun Also Sets as surprise character Dr. Franz Blau, a doctor from The Sex Change clinic in Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Dr. Franzblau
        • Carol's obstetrician. (Season 1 episode The One With the Birth)
    • Dr. Frederick Steele
        • Doctor closing his practice in New York City to devote his time to brain cell research and scientific study on their growth.
    • Dr. Gary Newman
        • Doctor Niles recommends for Martin (Season 1 episode 11 Death Becomes Him)
    • Dr. Gettleman
        • Ross' doctor who he was growing up. (Season 9 episode The One With the Pediatrician)
    • Dr. Gibson
        • Doctor at South Creek Fertility Clinic in episode Season 1 episode 3 Wasting Time.
    • Dr. Giggles
        • Sawyer's nickname for Jack. (Season 2 episode S.O.S.)
    • Dr. Ginger Catapulp Ph.D., Sensory Physiology
        • Doctor listed on wall when Chidi goes looking for someone to check out his brain (Season 3 episode Everything Is Bonzer!)
    • Dr. Goldberg
        • 
Fake doctor from crank calls the girls make at the motel (Season 1 episode Debbie Does Something)
    • Dr. Goodspeed
        • Claire's doctor at the Angel of Mercy Hospital - it's Ethan. (Season 6 episode What Kate Does)
    • Dr. Gordon Mooney
        • Bush doctor that helps the Eskimos that rescue Dan. (Season 6 episode Danny’s Got His Gun, Part 2)
    • Dr. Gordon Shumway
        • ALF tells the pregnant woman in the elevator that he's a doctor from the Melmac Clinic in Minneapolis (Season 2 episode ALF's Christmas Special)
    • Dr. Grant
        • Joe's doctor that diagnoses his inner ear infection (Season 8 episode Escape from New York)
    • Dr. Green
        • Doctor's name that Victor's mother claims is actually the code for a suicide when paged at a hospital.
    • Dr. Gulnar
        • Doctor in one of Bortus' pornographic simulation programs. (Season 2 episode Primal Urges)
    • Dr. Hanning
        • Frasier's doctor that leaves a message on his machine that his family overhears. Dr. Hanning: "Frasier, it's Dr. Hanning. I'm really sorry about your results. I know it doesn't look good but, um, I'm going to do everything I can for you. Call me." (Season 11 episode Goodnight Seattle)
    • Dr. Hansen
        • Nathan's new identity in the alternate reality Haven in Season 4 episode 10 The Trouble with Troubles.
    • Dr. Harad
        • Phoebe's doctor when she gives birth, a big fan of Fonzie. (Season 5 episode The One Hundredth)
    • Dr. Harley
        • Doctor at the hospital where Monica Rambeau returns from the Blip, the one that tells her that her mother died three years ago. (Season 1 episode We Interrupt This Program)
    • Dr. Harman
        • The name of the doctor Robert makes up when he calls the long distance number he finds on his girlfriend's phone bill.
    • Dr. Harris
        • Doctor Andy goes to see. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad) One of Ann's candidates for a sperm donor. (Season 5 episode Ann's Decision)
    • Dr. Hayes
        • Harry's Doctor - from a message on Harry's answering machine.
    • Dr. Heilbron
        • Brian impersonates a doctor to impress a girl when Joe goes to the hospital in Season 2 episode My Brother's Back and There's Going to be Trouble.
    • Dr. Heitz Weber
        • From the Pilot Episode. Mulder works with this doctor who performs regressive hypnosis.
    • Dr. Helen Donovan
        • On the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, Quinn's doctor and Rembrandt's new friend Dr. Helen Donovan used to be known as Dr. Venable, and was a collaborator known as a "Thatcher" during the Human-Kromagg War, serving them in a Magg evacuation center In Belgium. "Thatcher" because British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed a non aggression pact with the Kromagg Dynasty. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • Dr. Helen St. Troy
        • Joel and Sheila claim to be doctors - Joel as Dr. Troy Burnham and Sheila as Dr. Helen St. Troy. (Season 3 episode Zombody)
    • Dr. Henry Dittman
        • A sick astronaut just out of quarantine is taken to the Urgent Care clinic, where he is seen by Dr. Henry Dittman. (Season 1 episode Urgent Care)
    • Dr. Hill
        • Doctor that calls Dexter about Lila. (Season 2 episode Left Turn Ahead)
    • Dr. Hodler
        • Doctor at Mercy Hospital, the hospital where 4400 returnee and fetus healer Edwin Mayuya work. (Season 2 episode Rebirth)
    • Dr. Hofferitz
        • The doctor that Irv Manders calls to come take a look at Charlie when she shows up alone without her father.
    • Dr. Hogeveen
        • Doctor in the Mons camp in the new future. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Dr. Holmes
        • She put the skillet in the drainer, pulled the sink stopper, and wiped the lace ofsoapsuds from her reddened hands. "Not so bad,” she said, coming over to the table and sitting down. "My back pains me some, but I got my pills. I make out all right."
          "You haven't thrown it out of whack since I left?"
          "Oh, once. But Dr. Holmes took care of it."
    • Dr. Homer
        • After Homer accidentally eases his own back pain by falling backwards over a trashcan, he decides to become a doctor - and patent his trashcan as a spinal adjustment medical device. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
    • Dr. Horton
        • Doctor that works at University Hospital with Joey's Days of Our Lives character, Dr. Drake Ramoray. (Season 2 episode The One Where Dr. Ramoray Dies)
    • Dr. Ibuty New record added 9/28/2021
        • Bull’s cousin Ralph’s doctor, where he takes Bull when he accidentally shoots himself in the foot. (Season 7 episode I Said Dance!)
    • Dr. Irving Schenberg
        • Opthamologist from one of Brian's buddy Danny's stories about their wild past from Season 5 episode Call of the Wild.
    • Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens
        • Doctor that loses her job after accidentally inducing hyperkalemia in a patient listed for a renal transplant.
    • Dr. I'm-full-of-shit
        • Joke Sweeny makes when Danny and Wheeler arrive at her office - Well if it isn't Mr. Bullshit and Dr. I'm-full-of-shit. "Which one of us has the PHD?"
    • Dr. Jacob Peralta
        • One of the Jake Peraltas Jake lists as being at the crime scene so as not to get everybody else in trouble. He has a PHD in slow jam studies from Funk Town university.
    • Dr. Jeff
        • In Abed's virtual simulation of Greendale Hospital School in episode Virtual Systems Analysis, Jeff is a doctor.
    • Dr. Jeff Eckerles
        • Episode War of the Caprophages. President and science officer of Alt-Fuels.
    • Dr. Jeffrey Chin
        • Promo Lisa reads on the air: "The cure for the common cold could be no further away than your kitchen cupboard. Dr. Jeffrey Chin has been dispensing herbal remedies from his office on Mott Street since 1953." (Pilot episode)
    • Dr. Jennings
        • Martin's doctor that keeps a model of a colon on his desk with his tongue depressors in it (Season 1 episode 11 Death Becomes Him)
    • Dr. Julian Weinstein
        • Heart transplant wizard - Sam makes reservations at The Cafe under his name (Season 5 episode 7 Young Dr. Weinstein)
    • Dr. Kagan
        • Lilith's half-brother Blaine's doctor (Season 9 episode Wheels of Fortune)
    • Dr. Kagen
        • Gynecologist that moves into Frasier's building (Season 4 episode Death and the Dog)
    • Dr. Karl Malus
        • Biogeneticist that made Jessica - and her mother - the way they are. (Season 2 episode AKA FaceTime)
    • Dr. Karlen
        • Doctor that gives Ross allergy shot at the hospital when Monica accidentally feeds him kiwi, to which he's allergic. (The One with the Baby on the Bus)
    • Dr. Kazarian
        • Dermatologist that Jerry goes to see about the rash he got from Kramer's metal cleaner. (Season 9 episode The Slicer)
    • Dr. Keller
        • Doctor called over the PA when Jessica Jones enters Metro General. (Season 1 episode AKA Crush Syndrome)
    • Dr. Kensington
        • Doctor on Christina's home world. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
    • Dr. Klein
        • Bob gets his annual physical, finds out he needs to go on a diet and start exercising to lose 8 pounds. (Season 2 episode Fit, Fat and Forty-One)
        • Jerry visits Dr. Klein to get his shots before leaving for Tahiti. (Season 3 episode Jerry Robinson Crusoe)
    • Dr. Kozlov
        • The name of the doctor that Simpson demands at Metro General, after being injured by the same bomb that he originally placed in the basement in Kilgrave's house. (Season 1 episode AKA Sin Bin)
    • Dr. Krinski
        • After case study Clevon impales his crotch on an iron gate attempting to jump from a lake into a swimming pool on a Jet ski, Doctors Krinski and Altschuler managed to help him regain full reproductive function, with the help of recent advances in stem cell research.
    • Dr. Krislov
        • After being shot with a laser beam by General Krislov's totalitarian Bureau of Internal Reconstruction troops, the sliders take Mallory to a doctor on the Believers world that turns out to be Krislov's counterpart, Dr. Krislov. On the next world after that, Krislov owns a restaurant called Krislov's Excellent Fare. (Season 5 episode New Gods for Old)
    • Dr. Krovitz
        • Guest at Niles' Halloween costume party (Season 5 episode Halloween)
    • Dr. Lawrence Bell
        • The Bride: This Pasadena homemaker's name is Jeanne Bell. Her husband is Dr. Lawrence Bell. But back when we were acquainted, five years ago, her name was Vernita Green. Her code name, was "Cobra". Mine was Black Mamba.
    • Dr. Lee
        • Daphne's doctor. Daphne: "It's official. Dr. Lee says we're pregnant." (Season 11 episode A Man, A Plan and a Gal: Julia)
    • Dr. Lenny
        • Doctor Brian brings in to help Joe scam his insurance company after his plane crashes (Season 4 episode The Fortune Cookie)
    • Dr. Leonard Green
        • Vascular surgeon (Season 2 episode The One With the Two Parties)
    • Dr. Leslie Hansen
        • Name Jessica Jones finds in Trish's IGG files, worked at Metro General hospital in the 90s, and then nothing... (Season 2 episode AKA Sole Survivor)
    • Dr. Leveque
        • Sign the driver beside Brad is holding when he's waiting for Dusty at the airport.
    • Dr. Lexus
        • Joe's doctor at St. God's Memorial Hospital, played by Justin Long.
    • Dr. Lola Spratt M.D.
        • Doctor cop / Cop doctor that works at Childrens Hospital. (Season 1 episode Wheels Up)
    • Dr. Lowenstein
        • Name Daniel uses when he poses as Victor's primary care physician.
    • Dr. Mantis Toboggan, M.D.
        • Fake doctor's name on the prescription that Dennis gives to Caylee at the pharmacy. When Frank pretends to be the doctor later at the fair, he introduces himself as Mantis Toboggan, M.D. (Season 5 episode The D.E.N.N.I.S. System) Frank's alter ego in a viral video advertisement that he creates for the bar. (Season 7 episode Chardee MacDennis: The ANTI-Social Network) When the flight attendant asks if there's a doctor on board the airplane, Frank steps up. (Season 10 episode The Gang Beats Boggs)
    • Dr. Mark Wickmund
        • Doctor from the Dharma Initiative Orientation movie. (Season 3 episode Exposé)
    • Dr. Marty Weiss
        • International pop star Chase McKeever's personal physician and swagger coach in season 5 episode 3 The C-Word.
    • Dr. Mascelli
        • Doctor called to the ER over the intercom at the hospital in Cedar Creek, California.
    • Dr. Mather
        • Lowell's alter ego in Brian's sex dream about Helen (Season 6 episode All's Fare)
    • Dr. Mathison
        • Doctor present when Elijah is born with broken arms and legs.
    • Dr. Maureen Bruckner
        • Doctor from Johns Hopkins Hospital that Gus Fring hires to treat Hector's paralysis symptoms after he suffers a stroke. (Season 4 episode Breathe)
    • Dr. McNeal
        • Joke Bill makes while keeping Mr. James company while he's in his coma. Bill: "Dr. McNeal is dispensing some laugh medicine.” (Season 3 episode Sleeping)
    • Dr. Mitchell
        • George Clooney and Noah Wyle from ER play doctors Dr. Mitchell and Dr. Rosen at the hospital where Monica takes Rachel for her twisted ankle.
    • Dr. Miter
        • Doctor mentioned at the Wayward Pines hospital when Ethan first arrives.
    • Dr. Mompey
        • Chandler claims he came up with the monkey doctor joke when his friend Steve mentioned his doctor's name, Dr. Mompey. (Season 6 episode The One With the Joke)
    • Dr. Monica Demonico
        • Neurosurgeon, Ariel Maloney's character on soap opera The Sun Also Sets.
    • Dr. Morris
        • Doctor called over the intercom at the Bay Area Breeding Center on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population. "Dr. Morris: Please report to stimulation room 16." (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Dr. Morris Claman
        • Doctor that comes to the radio station to give Frasier a flu shot (Season 4 episode Four for the Seesaw)
    • Dr. Mostow
        • One of the victims of Simon Phoenix during his escape from the cryo-prison.
    • Dr. Nadia Howlwadaag
        • Also known as Dr. H, Pop's adopted Somali daughter. Doctor at Deuxvilles Hospital in Jerusalem's Lot. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • Dr. Nerlins Mrelk Ph.D., Neurobiology
        • Doctor listed on wall when Chidi goes looking for someone to check out his brain (Season 3 episode Everything Is Bonzer!)
    • Dr. Nick Riviera
        • General Specialist Credit Doctor. Doctor that lawyer Lionel Hutz hires for a second opinion on Bart's accident. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car) Dr. Nick's telephone number is 1-600-DOCTORB "The B is for Bargain". (Season 4 episode Homer's Triple Bypass) Member: Back Alley Medical Group. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Hell Toupée) "If you can put it in we can take it out" (Season 12 episode Trilogy of Error)
    • Dr. Officer Blade Slater, Esquire
        • Doctor and star of the TV show Doctor Cop Lawyer (Season 2 episode 3 Them's the Breaks)
    • Dr. Orpax
        • Dr. Orpax, one of the most expensive doctors on Ferenginar, diagnoses Quark with the fatal disease Dorek Syndrome. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Dr. Oyama
        • Surgeon Dr. Oyama applies Cogmium steel reinforcement to Dex's pulverized vertebrae. (Season 3 episode A New Napkin)
    • Dr. P. Ferraro
        • The sign "Farmacia Italiana, Ufficio Del Dr. P. FERRARO" is seen when Vito Corleone talks with Signor Roberto in the street when he leaves the Barber Shop.
    • Dr. Paige Marshall
        • Victor's love interest at the hospital where his mother lives.
    • Dr. Paley
        • When Robert visits Alina at the hospital, there is a page for Dr. Paley to come to the ICU.
    • Dr. Pazold
        • Doctor at Deuxvilles Hospital in Jerusalem's Lot. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • Dr. Peabody
        • Doctor at Deuxvilles Hospital in Jerusalem's Lot. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • Dr. Perry
        • In Abed's virtual simulation of Greendale Hospital School in episode Virtual Systems Analysis, Britta is a doctor.
    • Dr. Pete Dawson
        • Doctor at St. Juniper's that tests out - and becomes addicted to - the Symphatic Diagnoser technology (Season 4 episode Black Museum)
    • Dr. Peter Fisher
        • A doctor dining at The Cafe when Sam makes reservations under the name Dr. Julian Weinstein (Season 5 episode 7 Young Dr. Weinstein)
    • Dr. Philip Gonzales
        • Charlie's alias he mentions to escort service while making plans to go to Las Vegas for Christmas. (Season 3 episode Santa's Village of the Damned)
    • Dr. Phillip Alexander
        • The specialist that Leona had come to New York to see regarding her lifelong heart troubles.
    • Dr. Pippi Campus
        • Doctor that wrote the book "What to Expect When You're a Male Seahorse Expecting… Which is a Thing" (Season 3 episode 4 Fish Out of Water)
    • Dr. Pittman
        • Doctor that diagnosed Dexter's biological father's heart attack. (Season 1 episode Father Knows Best)
    • Dr. Price
        • Doctor at Deuxvilles Hospital in Jerusalem's Lot. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
    • Dr. Puri
        • Chief medical officer on the Enterprise, killed when a torpedo from Nero's ship destroys deck six, promoting Dr. Leonard McCoy.
    • Dr. Randolph Carlson
        • 
Homicide detective Tracy Atwood's ex-husband.
    • Dr. Revlon
        • Joke Frasier makes about Niles wearing makeup for the courtroom trial, after Niles claims it is medicine prescribed by his dermatologist (Season 3 episode Crane vs. Crane)
    • Dr. Reynolds
        • Doctor that works at the hospital where a biopsy sample is taken from the wound on Dave's leg in Season 5 episode 8 Exposure.
    • Dr. Rhodes
        • Doctor that Ross visits to check out his skin abnormality. (Season 3 episode The One With Ross' Thing)
    • Dr. Rob Hamill
        • Doctor at Jack's hospital handling the case of the woman that Jack saved from a car accident. (Season 3 episode Through the Looking Glass)
    • Dr. Rod Randall
        • Jeffrey Anderson's character on soap opera The Sun Also Sets, originally killed via decapitation in 1973 in an auto accident, but later returns to Clearville as a world famous doctor.
        • George Clooney and Noah Wyle from ER play doctors Dr. Mitchell and Dr. Rosen at the hospital where Monica takes Rachel for her twisted ankle.
    • Dr. Rosenblatt
        • The doctor paged to assist Frank at the Karlson Sperm Bank and Fertility Clinic when he asks for help: "Dr. Rosenblatt - foreplay in room seven, please"
    • Dr. Rudell New record added 9/18/2021
        • Doctor in Bob’s office building. Carol loans her pink doctor’s robe to Mr Carlin to wear when his clothes get wet. (Season 4 episode What’s It All About, Albert?)
    • Dr. Sara Sitarides
        • Elaine's dermatologist friend that Jerry goes out with, also known as Pimple Popper, M.D. (Season 9 episode The Slicer)
    • Dr. Sato
        • Elisa's doctor at Manhattan General, the hospital where she is taken after being shot. (Season 1 episode Deadly Force)
    • Dr. Scanlon
        • Jonathan Kent's cardiologist that recommends open heart surgery. (Season 3 episode Resurrection)
    • Dr. Schiff
        • Rachel's cute boy doctor gynecologist. (Season 8 episode The One With the Creepy Holiday Card)
    • Dr. Schwartz New record added 10/2/2021
        • John’s mother tells him that Dr. Schwartz retired last month. retired last month.
        • Boyle's undercover identity for Santiago's undercover prison operation is Jewish doctor Dr. Schwartz went to Yeshiva Med School. (Season 3 episode Bureau)
    • Dr. Scurvy
        • Played by James Caan. When Marty grows a third arm out of his back, Dr. Scurvy puts a bandaid on it and charges him $200.
    • Dr. Seidelman
        • Doctor mentioned over the PA when Harry goes to the hospital. (Season 2 episode Inside Harry Stone)
    • Dr. Sherlock Holmes M.D.
        • Joke Sy makes to Lola when she's researching the virus. (Season 1 episode Wheels Up)
    • Dr. Siegel
        • Elaine's formerly fat friend Roy's doctor. (Season 4 episode The Junior Mint)
    • Dr. Simone Garnett Ph.D., Neuroscience
        • Doctor Chidi visits to find out if there's anything wrong with his brain (Season 3 episode Everything Is Bonzer!)
    • Dr. Sing
        • Doctor that Eve says called in a prescription for Valium for Alex. (Pilot episode)
    • Dr. Smegma Von Boxmunchers
        • Joke Jason's dirty grandpa makes when Jason's fiance calls.
    • Dr. Stanpole
        • Dr. Stanpole was fairly gabby too. What was he always saying. Nothing. Nothing? Well there must be something he was always saying. Everybody had something, some word, some phrase that they were always saying. The trouble with Dr. Stanpole was that his vocabulary was too large. He talked in a huge circle, he probably had a million words in his vocabulary and he had to use them all before he started over again.
    • Dr. Steven Hamilton
        • Doctor that gives Lex a clean bill of health. (Season 1 episode Craving)
    • Dr. Stevens
        • Joke Jerry makes about the parents of actors in a pornographic movie: So, what's your son doing now, Dr. Stevens? Oh, he's a public fornicator. (Season 1 episode The Stakeout)
    • Dr. Stevie McDonough
        • Doctor at hospital when Sam goes in for his hernia - Diane used to babysit him when he was in junior high school (Season 4 episode 19 Dark Imaginings)
    • Dr. Strugatz
        • J. Peterman sends Elaine for a checkup before their trip to Kenya. (Season 7 episode The Shower Head)
    • Dr. Stryker Ramoray
        • Dr. Drake Ramoray's brother on Days of Our Lives. (Season 7 episode The One With Rachel's Assistant)
    • Dr. Stupid
        • Ralph Wiggum portrays the character Dr. Stupid in The Nice Man Giveth, the play that the children of Springfield Elementary put on in order to try to get Mr. Burns to donate money to the school. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)

    • Dr. Surmak Ren
        • Doctor who signed Dekon Elig's death certificate, the Bajoran Underground member that created the aphasia virus that cripples the station. (Season 1 episode Babel)
    • Dr. Susan Duncan
        • According to Cal, doctor involved in a plot to change biogenetic patent law. Cal: "The DYAD group has these key people on dozens of corporate boards, you know. I'm talking super PACs and research groups and lobbyists. All a concerted effort to try and effect biogenetic patent law." (Season 2 episode By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried)
    • Dr. Susan Tanderson
        • Brilliant Physician Frasier invites to The Empire Club, but she is unable to attend so Daphne goes as his date (Season 2 episode The Club)
    • Dr. Tad Winslow
        • Moe tells Homer the story of his time playing the character Dr. Tad Winslow on the soap opera It Never Ends. "Like the cleaning of a house… It never ends." (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • Dr. Tassler
        • Doctor on the zombie world that explains the history of the disease. (Season 3 episode Sole Survivors)
    • Dr. Timothy Ryder
        • Doctor that went to prison for murdering his wife, whose conviction was based in part on testimony from Professor Lattimore. Lattimore went on to write a best selling book about the case.
    • Dr. Toshiro Yashahara
        • The person Joe impersonates when he and Helen crash somebody's wedding at the Sconset Inn (Season 6 episode Let's Call the Whole Thing Off)
    • Dr. Troy Burnham
        • Joel and Sheila claim to be doctors - Joel as Dr. Troy Burnham and Sheila as Dr. Helen St. Troy. (Season 3 episode Zombody)
    • Dr. Tumii
        • Doctor that poisons the crew with Qatal mollusks. (Season 4 episode Coup by Clam)
    • Dr. Tuna
        • Joke Andy makes to Jim. Andy: "Dr. Tuna, I have some terrible news. The entire office has come down with a pernicious case of The Mondays." (Season 6 episode Scott's Tots)
    • Dr. Unger
        • Doctor that Roz's date Jack mentions when he checks his messages (Season 8 episode Episode Cranes Unplugged)
    • Dr. Van Dyne
        • Doctor at the fertility clinic that Ann and Chris and Ann visit, referencing a character from David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
    • Dr. Van Nostrand
        • Kramer's alter ego when George makes him impersonate a dermatologist and inspect his boss in order to get a photo of him with his shirt off for the photograph on his desk, which George accidentally had him airbrushed out of. (Season 9 episode The Slicer)
    • Dr. Van Nostrund
        • Doctor from the Hoffermandorf Neo Clinic in Belgium, the doctor's name that Kramer uses when Elaine sends him into her doctor's office to get her medical history chart. (Season 8 episode The Package)
    • Dr. Vargas
        • Lex opens mail from Dr. Vargas, address on Alma Street in Metropolis. (Season 1 episode Craving)
    • Dr. Venable
        • On the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, Quinn's doctor and Rembrandt's new friend Dr. Helen Donovan used to be known as Dr. Venable, and was a collaborator known as a "Thatcher" during the Human-Kromagg War, serving them in a Magg evacuation center In Belgium. "Thatcher" because British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed a non aggression pact with the Kromagg Dynasty. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • Dr. Wall
        • Doctor that works at University Hospital with Joey's Days of Our Lives character, Dr. Drake Ramoray. (Season 2 episode The One Where Dr. Ramoray Dies)
    • Dr. Warneke
        • Doctor at the police station that gives Sledge Hammer the bad news about the poison in his system (Season 1 episode Miss of the spider woman)
    • Dr. Warner
        • Doctor wanted in radiology at the hospital when Bart returns from Hell. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car)
    • Dr. Webster Ambrose
        • Chapter 32. Doctor that Fertility Hollis mentions to Tender Branson, telling him that if Dr. Ambrose calls to ask if he knows somebody named Gwen, he should say that he doesn't know her, that they never met.
    • Dr. Weddle
        • NASA's neurologist, the best in the country, that Karen requests provide a second opinion on the status of her son Shane following the car accident. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
    • Dr. Wells
        • Cliff's doctor that Joey, as Dr. Drake Ramoray, claims sent him to conduct a more comprehensive overview. (Season 8 episode The One Where Rachel Has a Baby)
    • Dr. Wendy
        • Medical talk show host and mother of station manager at KJMC, where Frasier has an interview (Season 6 episode Frasier's Curse)
    • Dr. Wiener
        • Ross and Rachel's pediatrician. (Season 9 episode The One With the Pediatrician)
    • Dr. Wilde
        • Doctor in Salinas - called when Clarence - one of the Woodmen of the World - has a heart attack, and when Faye's is ill.
    • Dr. William M. Dorfman
        • Doctor that lives in Frasier's apartment building - and member of the resistance fighting the condo board (Season 4 episode Three Days of the Condo)
    • Dr. Wing
        • Acupuncture doctor that Bob's new baseball pitcher patient Moose Washburn mentions. (Season 1 episode You Can’t Win ‘em All)
    • Dr. Wolfgang Henckels-Bergersdorfer
        • Edward Norton's police inspector character A.J. Henckels on the train says he is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Wolfgang Henckels-Bergersdorfer.
    • Dr. Wolfson
        • Rachel and Monica's father's plastic surgeon - he did Rachel's nose and removed Monica's father's mole cluster. (Season 5 episode The One With All the Thanksgivings)
    • Dr. Woodruff
        • Claire's mother's neurosurgeon. (Season 3 episode Par Avion)
    • Dr. Woody
        • The name Woody gives the host at The Cafe when he calls Sam to ask him where the limes are (Sam is pretending to be Dr. Julian Weinstein) (Season 5 episode 7 Young Dr. Weinstein)
    • Dr. Wykoff
        • While Sisko digs, he hears a voice that precedes his false vision: "Dr. Wykoff, please report to isolation ward 4". (Season 7 episode Shadows and Symbols)
    • Dr. Yakimura New record added 10/5/2021
        • Doctor that calls Evelyn with a hot tip for a suicide house for her to sell. (Season 6 episode Hello, I am Alan Cousteau)
    • Dr. Yoon
        • Hoagie's doctor in the hospital.
    • Dr. Zoe
        • Ann teaches Diane's daughters to be doctors. Ann: "Doctor Zoe, could you please use the reflex hammer to see if she's okay? This is the most fun I have ever had with kids." (Season 5 episode Women in Garbage)
    • Dr. Zook
        • Hagar tells the receptionist he wants to the see the doctor and the receptionist says Dr. Zook is out taking a refresher course.
    • Frank Kayland M.D.
        • Doctor listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Fred Barnes M.D.
        • Doctor listed on Masuka's email from the DEA (list of individuals that have access to the drug M99) that Dexter intercepts. (Season 1 episode Return to Sender)

    • Gray, MD
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

    • Guru Saj
        • Phoebe's guru that Ross visits to check out his skin abnormality. (Season 3 episode The One With Ross' Thing)
    • Howard Cooperman M.D.
        • Proctologist that sees George's father after he accidentally sits on Kramer's Fusilli Jerry, also known as The ASSMAN. (Season 6 episode The Fusilli Jerry)
    • Isaac Of Uluru
        • Spiritual leader that has been helping to ease pain and restore people's health as a spiritual healer and masseur for 25 years. Bernard takes Rose to him. (Season 2 episode S.O.S.)
    • J.M. Meyer M.D.
        • Doctor listed on the front of a building in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being.(Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)

    • J.P. Swanson, M.D.
        • Doctor on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • James Cutterfield
        • Doctor, a specialist Noonan recommends to Guta: "Nonsense," Noonan said hollowly. "You should go to a real specialist. Go see James Cutterfield. Do you want me to talk to him? I'll arrange an appointment."
    • Kevin Gage M.D.
        • Doctor listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Kevin Hartsford M.D.
        • Doctor listed on Masuka's email from the DEA (list of individuals that have access to the drug M99) that Dexter intercepts. (Season 1 episode Return to Sender)

    • Kim Karigomu Pharm D.
        • Doctor listed on Masuka's email from the DEA in episode Return to Sender, then again on coroner's report on one of the powerful women that committed suicide. (Season 1 episode Shrink Wrap)
    • Lance's Fancy Dentist
        • Building in the Wild West town where Hammer confronts Kogen (Episode They Shoot Hammers, Don't They?)
    • Medicine Woman
        • Therapist, frontier doctor, and weight loss guru. She helped Wolf drop the frontier fifteen, and cured his seasonal affective disorder. (Season 3 episode Trapper's Delight)
    • Megan Poss, M.D.
        • Doctor listed on Troy Turner's autopsy report. Megan Poss was the set designer for the series. (Season 2 episode Redux)
    • Merucian
        • Good skin guy recommended by the Zeissman twins. (Season 3 episode Desert Pollen)
    • Michael Palmer DPM
        • Doctor listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Oncology Partners New Mexico
        • Medical building where Walt has test done. (Season 2 episode 4 Days Out)
    • Patrick Bateman, M.D.
        • Alias Dexter uses, nod to American Psycho. (Season 1 episode Return to Sender)

    • Paul Karzel M.D.
        • Doctor listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Paul Norman, Pharm D.
        • Doctor listed on Masuka's email from the DEA (list of individuals that have access to the drug M99) that Dexter intercepts. (Season 1 episode Return to Sender)
    • Randolph, MD
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

    • Reid, MD
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

    • Richard Brener M.D.
        • Doctor listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Richard Pine
        • Drug smuggling surgeon that resorts to eating himself to stay alive when the cruise ship Callas sinks and he washes up on an island alone with 2 kilos of heroin. (Story: Survivor Type)
    • Richard Roy M.D.
        • Doctor listed on the front of a building in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being.(Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)

    • Robert Deves M.D.
        • Doctor listed on Masuka's email from the DEA in episode Return to Sender, then again on coroner's report on one of the powerful women that committed suicide. (Season 1 episode Shrink Wrap)

    • Stephen Holloway
        • Doctor, and father of Billy and Mandy from Jud and Norma's story about local kids that buried their dog in the Pet Sematary.
    • Tocot
        • Diagnosan medical doctor in the Uncharted Territories that inuits disease through inhalation, and treats Moya's burns and remove Scorpius' neuron biotracer chip from Crichton's brain. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
    • Todd Kellstein M.D.
        • Doctor listed on Riley Jones' prescription bottle.
    • Tony Benton
        • Doctor that Louis worked with back in Chicago that had called Ellie "The Indian princess".
    • Tor Eckman
        • Herbalist and healer that Kramer recommends to George as an alternative to surgery, portrayed by Stephen Tobolowsky. (Season 2 episode The Heart Attack)
    • Trevor Bernstein M.D.
        • Doctor listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Turk, MD
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)


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