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Characters: Trauma Center
Welcome to the page dedicated to the series of medical sci-fi games Trauma Center. List is still incomplete. Feel free to add, and beware of spoilers!

Note: Japanese version's name, if the character has, is written in italics.

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    Characters from Trauma Center: Under the Knife and Trauma Center: Second Opinion 

Caduceus

Derek Stiles (Kousuke Tsukimori)

Voiced by: Takayuki Kondo (JP), Yuri Lowenthal (EN)

The main character of Under the Knife and Under the Knife 2. Decided to become a surgeon after his father died of an illness. Gifted with the Healing Touch, he was recruited by Caduceus after successfully operating on a patient with GUILT.

  • Ass Kicking Pose: It seems to be part of routine before starting an operation!
  • Catchphrase: Let's begin the operation!
  • Healing Hands: The Healing Touch counts as this.
  • The Hero
  • Heroic BSOD: After failing to save Emilio's life. It's so bad that he actually loses the use of his Healing Touch for a while.
  • The Intern: Averted, the games start with him having just finished his residency.
  • Last Minute Hookup: With Angie, in the second game.
    • And even then you need to really, really squint. Fanbase opinion varies. Widely.
  • The Medic: Well, DUH.
  • Older and Wiser: In New Blood.
  • One of Our Own: He gets infected with GUILT in Second Opinion and has to be operated on by Dr. Kimishima.
  • Previous Player-Character Cameo: Appears in an episode of New Blood and a postgame challenge, and can be heard in some of Naomi's flashbacks in Trauma Team and he and CR-S01 discuss Rosalia taking on the disease she had.
  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: Every X-Mission starts with Derek openly rejecting Adam's statements.
  • Super Title 64 Advance: In the English-language versions — Derek Stiles. Nintendo DS.
  • Time Stands Still: He manages to do this with his Healing Touch during the Savato operations. Definitely a Moment Of Awesome.
  • Unwitting Pawn: In Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2, he becomes this for both Mercer and Reina.

Angela "Angie" Thompson Blackwell (Ange Tonegawa Amou)

Voiced by: Sachiko Nakamura (Under the Knife) and Ayako Kawasumi (Second Opinion onwards) (JP), Wendee Lee (EN)

An elite nurse with an International Nursing License who transferred to Hope Hospital and became Derek's assistant.

  • But Not Too Foreign: She is part-German.
  • Hospital Hottie
  • I Know Karate: "I have studied Aikido."
  • Last Minute Hookup: With Derek, in the second game.
  • Stop Helping Me!
  • Tsundere
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Delivers two of these in the first Trauma Center: Under the Knife. The first one to Derek, when Derek's carelessness in refusing to analyze a patient in detail (so that Derek could attend a symposium) caused complications later on, and the second one to Linda Reid, because Angie believes that with so many people in the hospital struggling to live, if Linda wants to die then she should die, and make room for the others.

Nozomi Weaver / Naomi Kimishima (Mira/Mila Kimishima)

Voiced by: Akeno Watanabe (JP), Kirsten Potter (EN)

A foreign doctor working at St. Francis Hospital. Appears as a new main character in the Z chapter and Chapter 6 of Trauma Center: Second Opinion. Her Healing Touch manipulates the patient's energies and raises vitals when performing actions.
She also appears in Trauma Team, as the protagonist of the Forensics mode. Now infected with an incurable disease, she works at the Cumberland Institute of Forensic Medicine to solve crimes.

Mary Fulton (Momoe Furumura)

Voiced by: Chisato Sugawara (Under the Knife) and Mai (Second Opinion onwards) (JP), Wendee Lee (EN)

A veteran nurse at Hope Hospital. She serves as Dr. Stiles's assistant in the first few episodes of Under the Knife. Because her husband was relocated to a different office, she had to leave to work at a different hospital. She is replaced by Angie Thompson. She later makes a surprise appearance in Under the Knife 2 to aid Derek recover from his depression.

  • Catchphrase: She doesn't really have one, but fans have noted how often she berates Derek with the "You're such a handful!" line in Under the Knife 2, even if the in-game text says otherwise.
    • Memetic Mutation: When her spoken line reaches unbelievable levels. "YER SOSCH EH HENDFOOL!"
  • Shipper on Deck: To Derek x Angie, in Under the Knife 2.

Tyler Chase (Tougo Sakura)

A surgeon at Caduceus. A friend of Derek's from medical school.

  • Big Brother Instinct: Well, can you really blame him?
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: He's a good doctor, but he doesn't like to work very much.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: In the sequel, he's known to be very strict with his interns, who nicknamed him "The Demon".
  • Promotion to Parent
  • Shipper on Deck: To Derek x Angie.
  • Shoot the Dog: His job required him to do this, as he was an euthanasist before Derek changed his mind by saving his little sister's life.
    • On the other hand, it's implied that this wasn't being done in an official capacity, as he takes time to convince Derek not to have him arrested.

Victor Niguel (Shuuya Aragaki)

Voiced by: Kazuya Niinou note  (Under the Knife) / Masaaki Kouda (Second Opinion onwards) (JP), Spike Spencer (EN)

Head of Caduceus's research division. Known as "the brain of Caduceus". Considers diseases as enemies on a personal level.

Stephen Clarks (Takuji Houshou)

Caduceus's veteran surgeon.
  • Depending on the Artist: In the stylized Under The Knife artwork, he looked severe and serious. The updated artwork shown here makes him... rather goofy.
  • Game Over Man: His main role is jumping in to take over if you fail an operation.

Leslie Sears (Yuno Itou)

A nurse at Caduceus.

Sidney Kasal (Souji Kutsukake)

Chief Director of Caduceus. Dedicated his life to medicine after his wife died of illness. Younger twin brother of Greg Kasal.

Greg Kasal (Shin'ichi Kutsukake)

Chief surgeon at Hope Hospital. Later becomes the director after Robert Hoffman leaves for Caduceus. Older twin brother of Sidney Kasal.

  • Big Brother Mentor
  • One of Our Own: He gets infected with Tetarti in the first game. He requests that Dr. Stiles perform the operation instead of Dr. Clarks, as the final test as his mentor.

Cybil Myers (Sayaka Myoujin)

Voiced by: Mizuho Adachi (Under the Knife) / Fuyuka Ooura (Second Opinion onwards) (JP), Wendee Lee (EN)

Anesthesiologist at Caduceus and a former police officer, nicknamed the "Iron Vixen". In Under the Knife 2, she has married Greg Kasal and works with him at Hope Hospital.

Robert Hoffman (Iichirou Kitazaki)

Director at Hope Hospital. Is gifted with the Healing Touch, but has retired from surgery. Later becomes Executive Director of Caduceus.

  • Badass Beard: It becomes very spiky in his Second Opinion re-design.
  • Big Good
  • The Comically Serious: When Cybil and Greg Kasal take off to handle the incoming patients(all being sent to Caduceus) due to a big accident on the freeway in UTK 2's 3-5, they leave him to take care of their baby in the meantime. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Cool Old Guy
  • Let's Get Dangerous: In Under the Knife, he wears a somewhat vacant expression on his face until this moment, when he becomes much more serious-looking. This effect is also present in Second Opinion, but it is much more subtle.
  • The Obi-Wan
  • One of Our Own: He is the patient in the final operation of Second Opinion.
  • My Greatest Failure: After losing a patient in quite a messy way, he never used his Healing Touch again.
  • Retired Badass: He had a Healing Touch just like Derek before... well... crap hit the fan.

Langston Miller (Lewis Willer)

The Chief Director of Caduceus Europe. He oversees the military operations in Africa and at Delphi's base.

Owen

The Chief Researcher at Caduceus Europe. He was in charge of a project to use "Z-Cells" from Adam's body as a regenerative treatment for patients.

Delphi

Adam / Erick Von Raitenau (President)

Delphi's President, and a very bad guy. Put into suspended animation by GUILT.
  • Adam and/or Eve
  • Big Bad: In the first game, and his influence is felt in Trauma Center 2 as well.
  • Body Horror: Just... look at him!
  • Evil Gloating: "No matter how hard you try, you cannot overcome the power of Death!"
  • The Fundamentalist
  • Game Over Man: If you fail one of the X operations.
    "Mankind strives toward death...only a fool would deny that."
  • A God Am I: "I, who have become the Great Destroyer Apollyon!"
  • Hypocrite: Sure, Adam, it is wrong for doctors to allow people to live longer, but when YOU make yourself immortal, it's alright...
    • Like every good hypocrite, Adam even has a rationalization ready - he claims that, in his "undead" state, he has placed himself outside the cycle of nature, so even if he doesn't actively better the world, he doesn't take anything from it either.
  • Immortality Seeker
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: Second Opinion's box art displays him rather prominently on the front.
  • Our Liches Are Different
  • Plague Master

Kenneth Blackwell (Kyouji Amou)

Voiced by: Joji Nakata (JP)

A scientist forced to work with Delphi to create GUILT.

Delphi Assistant/"Little Guy"/FBI Agent/Navel ("Little Boy")

Voiced by: Hiroki Tochi (JP), Yuri Lowenthal (EN)

A, uh, Delphi assistant in Trauma Center: Second Opinion. He acts as Dr. Kimishima's assistant in the Z chapter. By the time of Trauma Team, he's taken on a job at the FBI under an assumed name; when Naomi gets partnered with him once again, she quickly gives him the nickname "Little Guy".

Patients

Linda Reid (Sayoko Ooga)

A teenage girl who wishes to die. Suffering from the GUILT Kyriaki.
  • Driven to Suicide: Not that she actually did anything about it. GUILT would have done it for her.
  • Emo Teen: In her defense, depression is a symptom of GUILT infection.

Amy Chase (Rin Sakura)

Tyler Chase's younger sister. Was suffering from the Deftera strain of GUILT.
  • Heartwarming Orphan: Her purpose in the story is to drive home to the player how arbitrary GUILT is and how much it makes innocent people, such as sweet little girls like Amy, suffer. So the player will be more motivated to take down Adam, the guy who created the disease, rather than get emotionally invested in destroying something that essentially has no ill motives.
  • Hidden Depths: She's the one who snaps her big brother out of his "death is better" mindset. How? By consenting to a difficult operation performed by Derek which doesn't have great odds of succeeding, just because she wants to live and work hard together with her big brother.
  • Ill Girl: But Derek does manage to cure her eventually.

Richard Anderson (Katsuhisa Hibiya)

The Secretary of Health and Human Services and the Executive Director of Caduceus.
  • Cool Old Guy
  • Eyes Always Shut
  • Hope Spot: Despite all of Caduceus' - and the player's - efforts, Anderson's body gives out shortly after he is freed of Pempti. However, Anderson anticipated this might happen and donated, in advance, all the results of the treatment on his body to help fight GUILT in the future.

The Sinners

  • And I Must Scream: These kids are purposedly left in a coma, on the brink of death, in order to cultivate GUILT strains.
  • Ascended Extra: Emilio in Trauma Center 2.

    Characters from Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 

Adel Tulba

Voiced by: Shintaro Asanuma (JP)

A young doctor from the African Republic of Costigar. He's recommended to Caduceus by Derek Stiles, but leaves to join the HOA.

  • Dude Looks Like a Lady
  • Face-Heel Turn: Because of brainwashing, but counts more as this trope because he himself admits later that the brainwashing would not have worked if it hadn't exploited dark feelings he already had.
  • Freudian Excuse: For his above Face Heel Turn. It turns out he always felt it unfair that he was unable to completely help his people, while Derek and others were so successful because of access to such good resources and tools. That's why he took a fake Healing Touch and joined the dark side, so to speak, to improve his own skills.
  • Good Powers, Bad People: ''Dr. Stiiiiles... Do you know what else the "Healing" Touch is good for...? It's also good for... KILLING!
  • Green-Eyed Monster
  • Nightmare Face
  • One of Our Own: He has to be operated on twice.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity

Heather Ross (Ayaka Isshiki)

Voiced by: Mamiko Noto (JP)

A nurse at Elysium, a facility created to look after GUILT patients. She has the same International Nursing License as Angie.

Reina Mayuzumi (Rena Mayuzumi)

Voiced by: Yuko Kaida (JP)

President of Acropolis Pharmaceutical.

Patrick Mercer (Akihiro Nagasawa)

Voiced by: Masaaki Kousa (JP)

CEO of the Hands of Asclepius. A bureaucrat with an ambition to reform the medical system.

Tracy Mercer (Hiromi Nagasawa)

Patrick Mercer's wife. In a coma from an accident.

Heinrich von Raitenau

Voiced by: Atsushi Ono (JP)

Grandson of Adam. Continues his work along with remaining Delphi members.

    Characters from Trauma Center: New Blood 

Markus Vaughn

Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama (JP), Troy Baker (EN)

One of Trauma Center: New Blood's two protagonists. Capable of using the Healing Touch. His Healing Touch is the same as Derek's.

  • The Atoner: Not for an intentional misdeed, but his research was misused as assistance to create STIGMA, so he is partially responsible for STIGMA's assistance.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: He refuses to let Vahkushti blame his actions on anything but himself and pretty much tells them to just shut up and die already.
  • No Sense of Direction: Not as bad as some comical cases, but Valerie points out he has all the cardiac blood vessels memorized, but can't follow street directions.
  • Perma Stubble
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue one.

Valerie Blaylock

Voiced by: Yumi Touma (JP), Kimberly Brooks (EN)

One of Trauma Center: New Blood's two protagonists. Followed Markus Vaughn to Alaska to learn the Healing Touch. She eventually masters a Healing Touch that prevents the patient's vitals from changing for a period of time.

Elena Salazar

Voiced by: Ryōka Yuzuki (JP), Karen Strassman (EN)

A nurse who was a patient of Markus Vaughn as a child. She followed him to Alaska for a follow-up operation, then became his assistant.

  • Ascended Fangirl: In-universe. She went into medicine after being inspired by Markus performing surgery on her as a child, and is utterly delighted when she ends up as her hero's assistant.
  • Dark-Skinned Blond
  • Stop Helping Me!: Although she actually gets less reminder lines than her predecessor Angie, since there's always two surgeons present. An example of full voice acting working against a character.

Miles Hoover

Voiced by: Ikuya Sawaki (JP), Dan Woren (EN)

The Director of Montgomery Memorial Hospital.

  • One of Our Own: He has to have tumors extracted from his small intestine. He retires soon after.

Marcy Bloom

Voiced by: Shinobu Sato (JP), Mona Marshall (EN)

A nurse at Montgomery Memorial Hospital.

Erik Hayes

Voiced by: Yuri Lowenthal (EN)

A helicopter pilot who transfers patients for Montgomery Memorial Hospital.

Luc Rousseau

Voiced by: Hochu Otsuka (JP), Doug Erholtz (EN)

Chief surgeon at Concordia Medical Institute.

  • Jerkass
  • Man on Fire
  • One of Our Own: He suffers from burns and has to get a skin graft.
  • Red Herring: He acts like such a jerk the player will probably assume he's up to no good and is going to screw someone over. Then it turns out later on that he's the one who gets victimized, and he has to be treated for skin burns after being attacked.
  • Smug Snake

Frances Chen

Voiced by: Matsuri Kawatoko (JP)

A doctor at Concordia Medical Institute.

Lloyd Wilkens

Voiced by: Shozo Iizuka (JP), Michael McConnohie (EN)

A professor at Concordia Medical Institute who conducted research with Markus Vaughn. He becomes infected with Stigma and urges Markus to come back from Alaska.

  • High-Class Glass
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: His memory regresses significantly after his mind-control device is disabled.
  • One of Our Own: He's the patient of the first Stigma operation, with Cheir on his heart. Later, you have to deactivate a mind-control device implanted in his brain.

Irene Quatro

Voiced by: Gara Takashima (JP), Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (EN)

The director of Caduceus USA.

  • Big Good
  • Cutting the Knot: In light the new threat of stigma, Irene pulls rank to recruit Dr.Vaughn and Dr.Blaylock immediately.

Kanae Tsuji

Voiced by: Kaori Akashi (JP), Karen Strassman (EN)

A surgeon at Caduceus USA.

Leslie Newman

Voiced by: Sanae Kobayashi (JP)

A nurse at Caduceus USA.

  • Name's the Same: Not the first Nurse Leslie at Caduceus, but not the same person, either.

Justin Everett

Voiced by: Masuo Amada (JP), Greg Eagles (EN)

Caduceus USA's chief surgeon.

  • Game Over Man: Usually the person who takes over if you screw up.
  • One of Our Own: The very first thing you do upon meeting him is perform an emergency surgery on his cholelithiasis.

Robert Cromwell

Voiced by: Tomohisa Aso (JP), Kirk Thornton (EN)

Head of research at Caduceus USA. Talks in a very long-winded manner with lots of scientific-sounding words.

Hans Nilsen

Voiced by: Derek Stephen Prince (EN)

The president of Humani, a medical corporation that's partnered with Caduceus.

Isabella Vazquez

Voiced by: Karen Strassman (EN)

A representative of Humani.

Cynthia Kazakov

Voiced by: Mamiko Noto (JP), Wendee Lee (EN)

A research specialist from Humani who cooperates with Caduceus. A friend of Valerie Blaylock from medical school.

  • The Mole
  • Restraining Bolt
  • Rule of Symbolism: When Valerie and Markus find her trapped in her religious fanatic boyfriend's castle, she isn't wearing the ornamental cross she had been wearing for the greater part of the story.

Gloria Mendes

The Secretary of Homeland Security.

George Marshall

The Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security.

Leonardo Bello

Voiced by: Kenji Hamada (JP), Derek Stephen Prince (EN)

A skilled surgeon who knows the Healing Touch and performs operations live for the TV show "Miracle Surgery". Highly critical of Caduceus.

  • Cooking Duel: Bizarrely, a surgery duel.
  • Fake Ultimate Hero: He unveils his Healing Touch (slow-time flavor) to much fanfare, but it appears to be rather weak - he can't sustain it for long, and it's implied Markus's is much more effective.
  • Insufferable Genius: A deliberate example; he's convinced himself that if his criticism forces Valerie and Markus to improve, then it will have served its purpose. Since his criticism is completely off-base, however, this is delusional on his part.
  • Smug Snake
  • Wearing a Flag on Your Head: Not in the actual game, but in his profile picture on the official site, his tie has an American flag pattern.

Guy Davidson

Voiced by: Chafurin (JP), Dan Woren (EN)

A very excited television host on Miracle Surgery.

Zachariah "The Kid" Kidman

Voiced by: Wotoya Kawano (JP), Doug Erholtz (EN)

A mysterious criminal who wants to profit from Stigma by selling it as a biological weapon.

Leland Phoenix

Voiced by: Yuri Lowenthal (EN)

An intimidating man working for Kidman. He oversees Markus and Valerie's operations and gives them the serum to treat Onyx.

Jean-Paul Massey

Voiced by: Daisuke Kirii (JP)

A shady man who snuck into Concordia Medical Institute. He was later hired to kidnap Markus, Valerie, and Elena for Kidman. He tried to run away afterwards, but was shot down and had to be operated on.

Maria Estrada

Voiced by: Karen Strassman (EN)

A doctor in training from Culuruma.

  • What an Idiot: In-universe. Markus and Valerie call her out on skipping her immunizations for very flimsy reasons when she really should have known better.

President Moreno (Javier Chaves)

President of the South American country of Culuruma.

  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: In the Japanese version, this controversial South American president is named Javier Chaves. He's the only character from New Blood whose name was changed in the English version.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He genuinely appreciates Caduceus's help and supplies everything they need. While he does twist their arm to force them to treat his soldiers, he willingly negotiates terms with Markus over it.

Ramsey Ramirez

A former Major General who leads the Culuruma Liberation Front.

Master Vahkushti

Voiced by: Jurota Kosugi (JP), Derek Stephen Prince (EN)

The leader of Parnassus. Real name: Ray Kerensky.

  • Big Bad
  • Chekhov's Gunman
  • Death Equals Redemption: Defied by Markus, who pretty much throws his speech of penance back in his face and tells him to die already.
  • Freudian Excuse: He went crazy because, after realizing his dream of becoming a doctor and coming back home to treat refugees, the army tried to have him assassinated. He then mistakenly assumed everyone in the world was like the people who betrayed him, and he decided that humanity's only true purpose was chaos.
  • Load-Bearing Boss: Cardia was the only thing keeping him alive.
  • The Man Behind the Man

    Characters from Trauma Team 

Resurgam First Care

CR-S01 / Erhardt Muller

Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai (JP), Nolan North (EN)

The protagonist of the Surgery mode in Trauma Team. A skilled surgeon sentenced to 250 years in cryogenic prison for his involvement in a biological terror attack at Cumberland College. He's lost his memory of who he is and has been allowed to redeem himself by performing operations for Resurgam First Care.

A select few people have given him the Fan Nickname 'Numbers' as well.

  • All There in the Manual: His real name is only revealed in the Japanese guidebook.
  • Amnesiac Dissonance: Played with—he's aware of his previous crimes, but without any knowledge of why he committed them, this only drives him to become The Atoner. Later outright subverted when it turns out "his" previous crimes weren't even his in the first place.
  • The Atoner
  • Badass Normal: Unlike his predecessors, who have the "Healing Touch", he has no special powers, but is still able to save patients' lives.
  • Bishōnen
  • Boxed Crook
  • Catchphrase: Let this disease pass from this world... note 
  • The Comically Serious
  • Dark and Troubled Past
  • Deceased Parents Are the Best: Subverted. His biological parents despised him for his "lack of emotion" and thought that he'd "kill them one day". His adoptive father, Albert Sartre, treated him better than his real parents.
  • Determinator: If you're a patient of his, he will cure you. No exceptions.
  • The Hero
  • Inconvenient Hippocratic Oath: It happened twice. The first time it happened, CR did not think to escape, although Ian thought he would. The second time, the trope is invoked word for word. CR sees Ian on the surgery side and the exit on the other. In both cases he chooses to help the patient.
  • Instant Expert: Goes from 8 years in cryogenic prison to the operating room perfectly able to save lives, despite the fact that he was imprisoned at the age of 16 and would not have been allowed to practice surgery since then.
  • Institutional Apparel
  • Man in White
  • Mr. Fanservice: He fits on all the qualifications.
  • Parental Abandonment: Besides his parents, who died inexplicably, his adopted father vanishes at the same time as he is sent to prison.
  • The Stoic
    • Not So Stoic: It's revealed in a bonus clip that the reason he doesn't smile is because he's spent so much time in a cold atmosphere that he actually has difficulty smiling. Said bonus clip features him practicing trying to smile and act friendly, with hilarious results.
  • Trauma-Induced Amnesia
  • Troubled, but Cute
  • The Unsmile: He has a hard time smiling, which leads to...
    • When He Smiles: In the English guide manual/Japanese cover and his epilogue before the final episode, he is shown to be capable of smiling. Cue the squealing of fangirls.
  • You Are Number Six

Tomoe Tachibana

Voiced by: Shizuka Ito (JP), Stephanie Sheh (EN)

The Protagonist of the Endoscopy mode in Trauma Team. The heiress to a wealthy Japanese family. She rebelled against her status by studying abroad in America as an endoscopist.

  • Badass: She's one-third endoscopy specialist, one-third ninja, and one-third Samurai with crazy warping skills. Her Path of Honor is no joke, that's for sure.
  • Catchphrase: "The way of honor." note 
  • Lady of War: Erm, of endoscopy.
  • Meddling Parents: Her father is one.
  • Martial Medic: Training is the way of honor.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: See Badass entry.
  • Non-Idle Rich: She's an endoscopist.
  • Ojou: Heiress to a wealthy family.
  • Rebellious Princess: Downplayed; rebellious non-royal heiress.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: Defied. She rebelled against her Japanese heritage by studying abroad in America. Ironically, however, she has the personality down pat; she defies the trope only because she's not committed to her family above all else.

Hank Freebird

Voiced by: Masashi Sugawara (JP), Dave Mitchell (EN)

The protagonist of the Orthopedics mode in Trauma Team. A former soldier in the US Special Forces with a strong sense of justice. He grew tired of taking lives and decided to start saving them as an orthopedic surgeon.

Maria Torres

Voiced by: Hitomi Nabatame (JP), Amanda Winn Lee (EN)

The protagonist of the First Response mode in Trauma Team. A hot-blooded paramedic who has quick reflexes and a desire to be a hero. However, she lacks patience with others and dislikes teamwork.

Gabriel "Gabe" Cunningham

Voiced by: Keiji Fujiwara (JP), Travis Willingham (EN)

The protagonist of the Diagnosis mode in Trauma Team. An intelligent diagnostician with great powers of deduction. After years of work, he became desensitized to human life. His bitter attitude has caused him to be separated from his family.

  • Berserk Button: In the episode 'The Simplest Truth', RONI finally pushes his.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Does this in the epilogue. Depending on your view, it may also be a small Moment Of Awesome or HeartwarmingMoment.
  • Chewing the Scenery: Gabe tends to be over the top normally, but pronounced during "Proud One", when Gabe is unable to run a diagnosis on Samuel, since the military is covering up what happened to him. Spyware within RONI prevents him from making any diagnosis, but he is able to have "friendly chats" and make "meaningless friendly observations." Taken to epic levels when Gabe gets Samuel to take his shirt off.
  • The Chew Toy: Let's see here: He was almost hit by an arrow in Tomoe's storyline, got hit by a bus at a mall, his 'safe' landing got him in the trash at the last chapter, etc. The developers surely love messing with him, and for our amusement.
  • Dr. Jerk: A mild case compared to Victor of Second Opinion, but still.
  • Expy: Admit it, you thought he was Spike when Atlus first announced the game.
  • Finger Gun: In case the Spike Spiegel shout-out wasn't obvious enough, he strikes this pose when he's escaping on the helicopter.
  • Lethal Diagnosis: Patents start out only suffering from one or two mild symptoms such as a cough, fatigue, moments of disorientation, etc. after being diagnosed are told they have some kind of tragic disease. Thankfully CR-S01 is more then a match for any disease.
  • Meaningful Name: Dr. Cunningham is nothing if not cunning.
  • No Smoking: He smokes a lot in the actual game, but his cigarette is absent in much of the publicity material.
  • Perma Stubble
  • The Smart Guy
  • The Snark Knight
  • Team Dad: Sure, he has his own issues, but he has a heart-to-heart with just about every other member of the team at some point during their storylines.

Esha Patel

Voiced by: Mayumi Asano (JP)

The chief of Resurgam, a cheery woman who can also be strict at times.

Darnell Sellers

Voiced by: Shintaro Asanuma (JP), Orion Acaba (EN)

A nurse at Resurgam First Care.

Emma Wilson

Voiced by: Eri Kitamura (JP)

A nurse at Resurgam First Care.

RONI

Voiced by: Yurie Yamashita (JP)

Short for Rapid Operation Networked Intelligence terminal. A state of the art AI and disease database, which helps Gabe with his Diagnosis.

Other Characters

Ian Holden

Voiced by: Jurota Kosugi (JP), Keith Silverstein (EN)

The FBI agent who captured CR-S01 years ago. Keeps an eye on him at all times.

  • It's Personal: Subverted. His wife and daughter were killed in the Cumberland College attacks, but he watches over CR-S01 simply because it's his job, and has long since decided CR-S01 isn't the real culprit.
  • The Men in Black
  • Sinister Shades

Nicole Summers

Voiced by: Rinko (JP), Laura Bailey (EN)

A private school student and a member of her school choir. She was admitted for diagnosis because of breathing problems.

  • Fanservice: Minor example, but at one point in order to examine her, Dr. Gabriel Cunningham has to ask her to lift up her shirt so she can examine her breathing. The player gets to see her bra while she's doing this, and RONI has to scold Cunningham by pointing out that this is embarrassing the patient and Dr. Cunningham needs to be more tactful.
  • Growling Gut: On the second examination her gut growls. Gabe notes that it is perfectly normal to be hungry.
  • Ordinary High-School Student: Apart from her ambitious music aspirations, of course.

Jacob Tillman

Voiced by: Kimiyoshi Kibe (JP), Harvey Atkin (EN)

The Assistant Secretary of the HHS. He collapsed in his house and was dragged in for diagnosis, to his annoyance.

Shelly Brooks

Voiced by: Eri Nakao (JP)

A stock broker who previously had chronic renal failure and received a kidney transplant two months ago. She came in for a quick diagnosis and prescription thinking she just had a cold, but turned out to have much greater complications.

Joshua Cunningham

Voiced by: Hiromi Otsuda (JP), Yuri Lowenthal (EN)

Gabriel's son. He hasn't seen his father since he was very young, so he doesn't even recognize him. He suffered from gastric ulcers and underwent endoscopic surgery. He later had a relapse and tried to hide his symptoms because he didn't want anyone else to worry.

Lisa Cunningham

Voiced by: Hana Takeda (JP)

Gabriel's wife. She's never actually seen and only talks to him over the phone.

Samuel Trumbull

Voiced by: Daisuke Kirii (JP), Yuri Lowenthal (EN)

A researcher at USAMRIID. He began showing bizarre symptoms after running tests on an unusual set of bones found in Back Cove.

Hanzou Kanadamaru

Voiced by: Koutarou Nakamura (JP)

Tomoe's loyal retainer. Always watches over her carefully and is ready to support her, even in the face of her father.

Yoshikage Tachibana

Voiced by: Atsushi Ono (JP)

Tomoe's father, and the leader of the Tachibana clan. He wants Tomoe to succeed the clan and disagrees with her decision to go overseas.

Claire Blunt

Voiced by: Yuka Iguchi (JP)

A young lady who attempted to commit suicide. Hank Freebird saves her, but she only resents his efforts. Over the course of his story, Hank tries to teach her how wonderful the world really is.

  • Bandage Babe
  • Broken Bird: It's revealed this is why she wants to commit suicide. Her mother's relationships went lousy, and ever since, Claire's never been able to trust men, and Claire's had a lot of relationships go sour so her distrust is magnified.
  • Bungled Suicide
  • Irony: Claire does in fact almost die when a crazed gunman shoots her at the mall...right after she finally wanted to live!
  • When She Smiles

Theodore Gacy

Voiced by: Hajime Iijima (JP)

A drug-smuggling kingpin also known as "Steady Hand Teddy". He came to America to make sales, but was apprehended by Captain Eagle. He swallowed his entire stash of narcotics in police transport and had to undergo endoscopic surgery.

Hiro Mizuno

Voiced by: Matsuo Matsuo (JP)

A man who had a lung cancer operation four years ago. The cancer metastisized to his spine, and he was told it was inoperable. He lost hope and shot several people at a mall in his despair.
  • Creator Cameo: His appearance and name are based on Hirotaka Mizuno, one of the game's programmers.
  • Despair Event Horizon: His "horizon" was when he found out his cancer would kill him, and he felt that nobody else around him appreciate the lives they took for granted, which he considered an injustice since his own life would soon be cut short.

David Wayne

Voiced by: Yasuhiro Mamiya (JP)

The chief at the Cumberland Institute of Forensic Medicine. A warm-hearted older man who's lax on security, but serious about his work.

Alyssa Breslin

Voiced by: Mika Takashita (JP)

A cheerful young girl who lives next-door to the Cumberland Institute of Forensic Medicine. After bringing her sick cat Chloe to Dr. Kimishima, she starts playing around on the grounds often.

  • Cheerful Child
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Alyssa's introduced as comic relief in Naomi's third in-game murder case, but she shows up again later and helps solve the mystery by discovering that a clock was broken...because there was something inside. The real murder weapon, to be precise.
  • Happily Adopted
  • Morality Pet

Sandra Liebermann

Voiced by: Rei Igarashi (JP), Laura Bailey (EN)

The "Raging Bomber" responsible for a series of bombings around Portland.

Mysterious Girl/Rosalia Rossellini

Voiced by: Sora Kuwakado (JP), Laura Bailey (EN)

A young girl seen "sleeping in bloom" in Trauma Team's opening, who soon begins appearing to Maria as a ghost. In reality, she is Albert Sartre's adopted daughter, CR-S01's adopted sister, and the young girl from the orphanage Maria saved when she was a kid. She harbors the "Rosalia Virus" and its corresponding antibodies, making her immune to virtually any disease. Was killed before the game began.

Albert Sartre

Voiced by: Yukihiro Misono (JP)

A professor of virology at Cumberland College. Vanished eight years ago after the bio-terror attack.
  • Famous Last Words: My son... Forgive me... I was enticed by the Devil...!
  • Meaningful Name: Could be a reference to Dr. Alfredo Salafia, the doctor who embalmed the corpse of Rosalia Lombardo.
  • Mad Scientist: Mad, as in, mentally unstable. Played straight after being infected with the Rosalia Virus, which makes him lose his sanity and kill his daughter.
  • Posthumous Character
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: By shooting Rosalia near a place where monarch butterflies could get to her, Albert almost caused a terrible disease to wipe out Portland.
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