- -I'm a doctor. You're my patient. That's all I need to know.-Dr. Bashir - Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- Big Hero 6: Baymax is programmed to be this. He literally cannot shut down until sufficient aid has been rendered.
Baymax: I cannot deactivate until you say 'I am satisfied with my care.'
- Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- On one occasion, Bashir was forced to endure lies and verbal abuse from Garak, when the latter was suffering from psychological and physiological complications brought on by an malfunctioning implant in his brain. Despite the consistent vitriol from Garak, Bashir never wavered in his determination to save Garak.
- On another occasion, Bashir attempted to cure the Jem'Hadar's dependence on Ketrecel White, a drug used to maintain their loyalty to the Dominion - his obsession with doing was such that O'Brien had to physically sabotage his work snap him out of it.
- On yet another occasion, Bashir's unshakable will to heal actually resulted in the first child born without the "blight" in a society where literally everyone is born with and died from the disease. Even after this success, he still endeavours to find a cure, long past the episode where it is introduced.
- BlazBlue: Litchi Faye-Ling, the resident doctor, is determined to turn her old friend Arakune to normal, even if she has to make questionable decisions along the way, or even if Arakune himself warned her not to go too far and told her to stop. Eventually, she meets Arakune's disembodied soul (Roy) who insists to her that he prefers staying that way, saying that the two have been playing a game of "who's more selfish", which apparently he won.
- Florence Nightingale in Fate/Grand Order is summoned as a Berserker, which causes her to have a compulsion to heal anyone she can no matter what due of the Mad Enhancement. It is to the point that she will threaten her own patients if they are being uncooperative and generally disregards her own health if it means saving someone.
- Dr. Bowman from Freefall was this in his younger years. He was a combat medic for a bunch of uplifted chimpanzee soldiers, being one himself. Unfortunately, because they were created to be biological weapons and chimps were chosen specifically for their aggressive natures and would often become frenzied when injured, he frequently had to beat the casualties under his care unconscious so he could treat them.
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