Doctor

Season: 5, Episodes: 1, Faction: DHARMA Initiative

Overview

A DHARMA Initiative doctor worked on the Island in the late 1970s.

Healing (Medicine)

Sun (Fire)

Fertility (Water)

Fertility (Vegetation)

Fertility (Earth)

1977

5×08 – LaFleur

   

After Amy went into labor, LaFleur took her to the doctor. The doctor determined that the baby was upside down in the womb, and became reluctant to do the procedure, because he was only an internist.

   

LaFleur instead went to get Juliet, an obstetrician, to do the procedure. The doctor, unaware of Juliet’s medical expertise, objected to her performing the operation, but was overridden by LaFleur and Amy. (“LaFleur”)

5×11 – Whatever Happened, Happened

   

The doctor was mentioned to be away at the Looking Glass station meaning he was unavailable when a doctor (more specifically a surgeon) was needed to save an injured Ben. (“Whatever Happened, Happened”)

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Related Character Images

   

   

Associated DHARMA Location

      

Decoded Season 1 & 2 Characters

Ethan Rom

James Sawyer

Benjamin Linus

Decoded Season 3 Characters

Horace Goodspeed

Juliet Burke

Decoded Season 5 Characters

Amy Goodspeed

Tom

Debra

Key Episode(s) to Decoding the Character

5x08 "LaFleur"

 









Wiki Info

In Greek mythology, Paean, Paeëon, or Paeon was the Greek physician of the gods.

Homer and Hesiod

In the Iliad, he heals the wounded Ares and Hades with herbal medicine. In the Odyssey, Homer says of Egypt:

…there the earth, the giver of grain, bears greatest store of drugs, many that are healing when mixed, and many that are baneful; there every man is a physician, wise above human kind; for they are of the race of Paeeon.

Hesiod identifies Paeon as an individual deity:

Unless Phoebus Apollo should save him from death, or Paean himself who knows the remedies for all things.

In time, Paeon (more usually spelled Paean) became an epithet of Apollo, in his capacity as a god capable of bringing disease and therefore propitiated as a god of healing. Later, Paeon becomes an epithet of Asclepius, the healer-god.

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Mythological Family Members & Associated Deities

ARES

HADES

ASCLEPIUS

APOLLO

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