"Do all hospitals usually have this many cute nurses on their staff or was this place purposely stockpiling to make sure that they had a steady influx of self-injured male patients?"Exactly What It Says on the Tin, medical personnel who are attractive. Makes you just wanna shout: "Helloooo, nurse!" Expect "sponge bath", "raising temperatures" and "racing pulses" jokes. See also Naughty Nurse Outfit for when a nurse's outfit is deployed specifically for sexification purposes, and The Florence Nightingale Effect for nurse/doctor-patient relationships. Unfortunately for people who expect this trope to be Truth in Television, anyone who has ever been to a real hospital will notice that the nurses are more concerned with their jobs than titillating their patients. They will be wearing little if any makeup, and will always be in Boring but Practical scrubs, which are nowhere near as appealing as the fetishized nurse outfits in media, and you'll almost never see a nurse on the job with her hair done up like they always do on TV. The fanciest "style" you will likely ever see is a simple ponytail (or possibly a Prim and Proper Bun), for hygienic reasons. Even in the cases where this trope is Truth in Television, there's not a lot of sexy activity going on. Nurses see you when you look and feel your worst. They watch you vomit, clean your catheters and bedpans, wipe your nether-regions, jab you with sharp needles, and are prone to sticking uncomfortable things in various orifices. And there is really nothing pleasant about genital or rectal examinations. Just because you might be naked does not mean anything fun is about to happen. Please note that this applies to a character, not simply any hot actor playing a hospital worker, for the same reason Real Life examples are not listed here. Most actors are "hot" in the first place, so it usually goes unsaid. You can have an attractive hospital worker without their hotness being a plot element in the work - that would not fall under "Hospital Hottie". For cases when it's the hospital staff who are inappropriately-lewd towards the patients, see Orderlies Are Creeps.
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Anime and Manga
- Candace "Candy" White-Andree of Candy Candy is a Plucky Girl who, after several hard experiences, decides to become a nurse. Since she's the adoptive daughter of a rich and snobbish family, she has to fight with teeth and nails to get her wish and to keep them away from her attempts to build herself a life of her own. And since she's an adorable blonde with gorgeous Green Eyes, she fits here right in.
- Sumire Kisaragi, the new school nurse, in Change 123. The reactions of male students are understandable. Of course, what they don't know is that she is actually a kunoichi who infiltrated into the school to recruit a new member into her (all-female) ninja clan...and that she is very skillful in using the scalpel as a weapon.
- In Detective Conan, Dr. Tomoaki Araide is simply gorgeous and set to be Ran's Romantic False Lead. Temporarily, since she remains in love with Shinichi. And in the first chapters we have the very sweet-faced female doctor Narumi Asai who is actually a very sweet-faced man in a Harmless Lady Disguise.
- In episode 39 of Get Backers, Hevn ditches a bedridden Ginji to go flirt with a tall, handsome doctor. She later finds out that he's got a wife and kids. Ouch.
- Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. The Major gets a new body from a Les Yay doctor with large, bouncing breasts. Despite The Major's implied bisexuality, she's not impressed especially when the Hot Doc turns out to be an assassin.
- Miyo Takano, small-town nurse and Big Bad in Higurashi: When They Cry, with short dress and high black stockings.
- In Itazura Na Kiss when Naoki becomes a doctor, the enrollment rate of nursing gets suspiciously high. Too bad that his own wife is an applicant too, and an Hello, Nurse! in her own right.
- Tsunade of Naruto is widely considered the greatest medical ninja in the world and the most beautiful female ninja. Help to be the bustiest woman in series.
- Nurse Joy from Pokémon is probably the epitome of the adorable, sweet, kind Girl Next Door who just happens to be a nurse. It's hard to tell them apart, unless you're Brock, but all of them make him swoon.
- Tae Anegasaki from School Rumble. When is announced in the sport festival that she's going to take care of the injures students, almost every boy at the school were thrilled of the news.
- Sgt. Frog: Pururu.
- Mikado from To Love-Ru. She is the school doctor of Sainan High and outside school, she provides medical care to other extraterrestrials on Earth. She is one of curviest and busty character of the series.
- Sakura from Urusei Yatsura is both the local Miko and the nurse in Ataru's school. One of her Berserk Buttons is to see the boys hurt themselves to have an excuse to go to her for help - she beats them up in punishment.
- Justified in Empowered, the staff of the Purple Paladin Memorial Hospital's supra-human wing have access to exotic technology that makes them extremely good looking and have extremely skimpy uniforms (yes, both females and males). When Empowered asks why they're all so good looking they simply tell her it's just coincidence. That's later revealed to be a lie when one of them happens consumes food laced with something designed to neutralize superpowers and reverts to being a normal, unattractive and rather overweight guy.
- Cecelia Reyes of X-Men is a doctor and surgeon. She's not interested in joining the X-Men or being a superhero, but she does have the typical idealized superheroine physique.
- Night Nurse, also from Marvel, is actually a GP, specializing in the care and treatment of superheroes. At last report, she was running her hospice out of Dr. Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum - at the good sorcerer's invitation. She might not be superheroine-level, but she's still plenty good-looking.
- Green Lantern
- Soranik Natu is a fairly attractive physician (Depending on the Artist, she may get really attractive), acting as the resident doctor for the current Green Lanterns, and manages to charm Kyle Rayner enough to start a stable relationship with him.
- At one point, GL purposely invokes this trope. When he's injuredNote and comes to with no one around, he uses his ring to form a pair of gorgeous nurses to help him walk.
Oh, thank you, "ladies." Glad to see that the juvenile and frisky brain center still functions properly. Batman will be so proud.
- Elisabeth Gay from Diabolik first appeared as a nurse in a psychiatric hospital, and looks just like Elizabeth Taylor with black and longer hair. Fittingly, she's one of three women who ever got a Hello, Nurse! reaction from Diabolik, even if she's not prone to fanservice.
- Amy is considered this by others in Prison Island Break. She's harassed by Sonic, Shadow and presumably a few other prisoners.
- In this The Most Popular Girls in School fanfiction, we have one at a Blood Donor clinic of that Mackenzie and Brittnay have the hots for. Ironically, Deandra, who is probably asexual, is the one who repeatedly donates her blood—not as an excuse to see him, but for the sake of free donuts.
- Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (1995). The Man With The Plan, a quadriplegic mobster, has an attractive blonde nurse to care for him. "Can't nurse for shit, but I keep her around because, even though I can't feel them, I just know she gives me erections."
- The World Is Not Enough. M refuses to allow Bond to return to duty after he dislocates his collar bone. Fortunately the MI6 doctor is a hot redhead who certifies that Bond has "exceptional stamina".
- "Sexy Nurse" in Fantastic Four (2005).
Sexy Nurse: My God! You're hot!
Johnny Storm: Why, thank you. So are you.
- Evelyn in Pearl Harbor is an army nurse that's in the center of a Love Triangle between two US Army Air Corps pilots .
- The main character in The Diving Bell And The Butterfly has two very attractive nurses helping him out. It's the least he could ask for considering the crap he has to endure throughout the film.
- Alex Price (Jenny Agutter) from An American Werewolf in London, a very attractive nurse who falls in mutual love with the main character. As Griffin Dunne remarks in the DVD commentary à propos Alex's treatment of David: "I want to stay in that hospital!"
- In Dressed to Kill, a serial killer escapes a hospital by strangling a buxom nurse. The sexual undertones are explained by it being All Just a Dream.
- In Carefree, Dr. Flagg's assistant Connors has Aunt Cora appreciatively Eating the Eye Candy.
- X-Men Film Series:
- Lensman ("Galactic Patrol"). When Lensman Kimball Kinnison is severely wounded, his admiral orders that the most attractive nurses in the Patrol attend to him, figuring he'll inevitably fall in love with one, so she might as well be a looker. The doctor criticises this popular belief, pointing out that while patients fall for their nurses, the reverse seldom happens because the nurses aren't seeing the patient at their best. Nevertheless the stunning Clarissa MacDougall attends to the handsome hero, and sure enough the two proceed to annoy the hell out of each other with their Belligerent Sexual Tension.
- Justified in-universe as they are the penultimates in a breeding programme as old as life on Earth, and destined to be together. Neither the Admiral nor the Chief Surgeon are aware of this, although the happy couple almost works it out just before the wedding and again 20-odd years later. It also doesn't hurt that she's both brave and intelligent, and they actually work very well together as a team when the chips are down.
- Played with in James White's Sector General series. Murchison (originally a staff RN, later earns her MD and goes into pathology) is described as being quite attractive by Earth-human standards, but the only one who acknowledges it is Conway. The vast majority of the staff, being composed of numerous species of Starfish Aliens, actually find her appearance a bit off-putting. Also played with in a different direction - when human doctors have received mind tapes from other species, they can find members of those species absurdly attractive - even if they look like giant crustaceans, or whatever.
- Max Barry's Machine Man features the Prosthetist Lola. For a man with almost no interest in his fellow human beings, Dr. Charles Neumann finds her extremely attractive.
- Upon seeing Carlisle Cullen for the first time in Twilight Bella thought, "Then a doctor walked around the corner, and my mouth fell open. He was young, he was blond... and he was handsomer than any other movie star I'd seen. He was pale, though, and tired-looking, with circles under his eyes. From Charlie's description, this had to be Edward's father."
- Emma Rossi from Time Of Death is a nurse and considered to be very attractive by all the men in the story.
- Konstancja of Shaman Blues works in neonatal division of a hospital and is attractive in a way that makes the hero call her Femme Fatale.
Live Action TV
- Dr. Reid Oliver from the soap opera As the World Turns. His looks actually get used for dramatic effect after Noah regains his sight. Doctor Oliver describes himself as very ugly to blind Noah. However, in a moment of Genre Savvy, when Noah learns his doc is a hottie, he is horrified at the implications behind him being SO attractive and spending SO much time with Noah's ex.
- In Coupling, Patrick admits, somewhat accidentally, that he has a nurse fetish to his girlfriend Sally. When she asks him what it is, he actually kind of combines this trope with reality saying they're "kind, sensitive, caring people... who are almost impossible to disgust."
- Dr. Allison Blake in Eureka crosses this Hot Scientist. Interestingly, most of the focus is not on her stunning looks but on her smarts and experience. In one episode, several characters end up in the 40s back when Eureka was an army base. Naturally, Allison's cover is a Hello, Nurse! in appropriate clothes, and she even catches the eye of Trevor Grant (one of the founders of Eureka) who opts to go back with them to the 21st century. Once again, though, Grant is partly smitten by her skill in medicine and the fact that she saved his friend.
- Everyone on General Hospital and its spinoffs, Night Shift and Port Charles.
- Grey's Anatomy:
- McDreamy (Derek Shepherd) and McSteamy (Mark Sloan) are referred to within the show as being attractive, while everyone else is Hollywood Normal.
- Izzie Stevens also receives frequent in-show comments about her looks, and actually put herself through med school modeling. She's arguably a deconstruction of the idea, since she admits she wonders if people like her for her or her looks, and is tired of always being described as "the pretty girl".
- Both of Bailey's Love Interests (after her separation) are of the Tall, Dark and Handsome variety (the "tall" part is emphasized because Bailey is on the short side).
- In Hope And Faith, when Charlie hires Faith as a dental hygienist, she shows up for work in a sexy nurse's outfit and bends over a lot.
- Rory Williams from Doctor Who. Even the TARDIS calls him "the pretty one."
- House: Nearly the whole cast of the entire show.
- Cuddy was frequently teased by House for dressing inappropriately. She doesn't really seem to mind.
House: [As Cuddy bends over] Oh. My. God. You're not wearing any panties.
Cuddy: [Standing up quickly] Yes, I am.
House: Skirt that tight, you got no secrets. Skirt that tight, I can tell if you're wearing an IUDnote .
- In the first few seasons, House speculated aloud at least once on why Cameron became a doctor, since she was pretty enough to get by on her looks alone. (He concluded she must feel she had something to prove). By the last season, Cameron seems almost plain compared to other lady doctors on the team.
- Chase is immensely hot. One Littlest Cancer Patient manipulated him into kissing her because he was the most handsome doctor. House and Wilson like teasing him about being "dreamy." In one episode, Chase reacts to this teasing by attempting to prove he's not that attractive by going to a speed dating event and acting as off-putting as he can realistically manage. He's forced to admit that he can pretty much coast on his looks when it turns out that over half the women are interested in seeing him again anyway.
- Cuddy was frequently teased by House for dressing inappropriately. She doesn't really seem to mind.
- A lot of characters on Monday Mornings. Drs. Wilson and Ridgeway in particular, and there are several acknowledgement in-universe.
- Dr. Tyler Wilson. One of his patients — a marine — said he was a baby face and that he didn't expect that in his doctor. Quite a strange thing to say to a brilliant neurosurgeon in his forties, but then again, it's Jamie Bamber in blue scrubs (which brings out his blue eye).
- Dr. Tina Ridgeway is obviously the female hottie of Chelsea General. She's called hot by a patient who is a marine. It makes her blush, laugh and admit that "yeah, ok, I'm hot". It's quite adorable.
- Young resident Dr. Michelle Robidaux gets hit on by patients and is referred to as "the pretty brunette".
- Dr Nick Khan on My Mad Fat Diary is referred to as "attractive" within the show and is often the subject of the protagonist's fantasies.
- Noah's Arc: Junito, the attractive young physician (and Ricky's major love interest).
- Parks and Recreation's Nurse Ann Perkins, who is treated as being very hot in-universe. As recounted in a DVD Commentary, averting this for the other nurses required extra paperwork. Apparently if you ask for nurse extras in Hollywood, they'll send you a bunch of supermodels unless explicitly told otherwise.
- Dr. Helen Magnus of Sanctuary often pairs her lab coat with thick makeup, an elegant updo, and big dangly earrings. In one episode she can be seen performing an autopsy in black stilettos.
- Lampshaded in Season 9 of Scrubs, when Dr. Cox tells a young intern that she is far too good looking to ever be taken seriously as a doctor. He's right◊, too, even if he is ignoring all the other women who have passed through the show.
- Comes up often in Season 2, after Elliot's sexy makeover. The other female doctors give her dirty looks, and she complains how unfair it is that nobody minds when the female nurses come to work looking good.
- A male gynecologist pops up in an episode or two, who is so hot the female characters schedule more exams with him than they need.
- There was a Seinfeld episode where George was visiting his mother at the hospital, when he happened to see a Hospital Hottie give a sponge bath to a patient who, despite never being seen except for behind the blinds, was stated to be even hotter than the nurse. The scene is referenced later in the Mistaken for Gay episode, with George seeing pretty much the exact same thing, except with a male nurse and male patient.
- Dr. Olga Vukavich in Seven Days definitely qualifies, also being of the Sensual Slavs variety. Parker spends half the time hitting on her (largely unsuccessfully). He once agrees to do yoga with her, mostly so he could ogle her in tight-fitting clothes. She appears to be a medical doctor but has also somehow memorized the formula for the alien fuel used by the Sphere.
- Supernatural gives us Dr. Sexy, MD, the titular character on an in-universe soap opera that resident badass Dean Winchester has a bit of a soft spot for.
Dean: You're not Dr. Sexy.Imposter: You're crazy.Dean: Really? Because I swore part of what makes Dr. Sexy sexy is the fact that he wears cowboy boots.
- Not only the doctors are sexy, but every other worker in the hospital is also, an early sign that they're Trapped in TV Land.
- Very averted in Surgical Spirit, which aimed more for Truth in Television: nobody in the main cast is actor-beautiful, but they're not ugly as such, just very average.
- Played with in an early episode of The Sopranos. A woman in a Hello Nurse outfit comes to check on Jackie Aprile, who insists she's not his nurse. About the point her tits start falling out of her jacket, he realizes that she's one of the girls from the Bada Bing club, whom Tony hired to come out and show Jackie a good time.
- Torchwood: Miracle Day's Dr. Vera Juarez. Walking down hospital corridors with her long legs, perfect hair, low cut dress, and high heels, she looks like a model walking the runway.
- For that matter, Dr. Owen Harper, although he no longer works at a hospital. You can bet quite a few female patients were smitten with him when he did, though.
- A nurse in Wonderfalls gives Thomas a sponge bath after his tracheotomy. He dates her for awhile.
- Miami Medical's entire main cast. Zambrano is constantly hit on by patients and family members alike, DeLeo is a bit of a Casanova, Proctor gets it on with the hot-but-strange cardiology surgeon, and Warren is in one romance and out of another with astonishing regularity. Amazingly, the show is one of the more true-to-life depictions of high-stakes emergency medicine to hit the airwaves. (Aside, of course, from the aforementioned absurd attractiveness of its medical personnel.)
- The young Dr. Leslie Thomkins in Gotham, who wears some outfits that are probably quite inappropriate for a doctor in a maximum security psychiatric hospital.
- In Lost, Statuesque Stunner Dr. Juliet Burke and spinal surgeon Dr. Jack Sheppard, both main cast members and part of the show's Love Quadrangle
- Dr. Julian Bashir from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine qualifies as this. He woos (or tries to woo) several Dabo girls from Quark's bar, some of his female patients, and both incarnations of the Trill Dax, ultimately succeeding with Ezri Dax.
- Dr. Stephen Franklin from Babylon 5 is this if the way he is portrayed in the show is any indication.
- In The IT Crowd one episode has a new emergency services number. The advert for it discusses other changes they are making to the emergency services, one of which is better looking ambulance drivers.
- Mercy, a medical drama whose three lead characters are all very attractive.
- At the end of the Leverage episode "The Carnival Job," Eliot explains that he's hired a private nurse in lieu of going to the hospital for treatment after taking a severe beating during the events of the episode. When she arrives to escort Eliot out of the bar, "Nurse Gail" turns out to be a very attractive young blonde woman in a tight-fitting top.
Hardison: ...I don't think she's registered.
- Robert Palmer's "Bad Case of Lovin' You (Doctor, Doctor)" (Doctor, doctor, gimme the news, I gotta bad case of loving you...)
- Alice Cooper's "Nurse Rosetta" is about a priest fantasizing about a nurse.
- In the video for the Aerosmith song "Blind Man" Pamela Anderson has a cameo as a sexy nurse who gives a spongebath to a teenage boy, which causes his head to aslpode.
- Super Shiny Metal by Nerd Core group Optimus Rhyme is about a man who undergoes surgery to become a hip-hop cyborg and falling in love with his nurse during recovery. He goes on to have more surgery just to see her, and eventually marries her and has a son by her.
- We're never explicitly told that Dr. Martin in the Jonathan Coulton song "Betty and Me" is superficially attractive, but it's strongly implied by the subtext (what with lines like "Betty's been spending lots of time out late with Dr. Martin / She says they've been working on the baby every night / Dr. Martin buys her presents like new underwear") that he's at the very least genetically superior to the song's narrator:
And Betty says he'll be taller
And Betty says he'll be smarter
And Betty says that our baby will be better than me
- "Nachtzuster" by Doe Maar from their album Virus is about a helpful and attractive nurse.
- In 1999, an extremely attractive EMT started appearing with the regular EMTs on WWF programming. Eventually she got involved in storylines after she had to give the Heimlich maneuver to Miss Kitty, and was subsequently attacked by Ivory for it. Her name was BB, short for Barbara Bush. She was around for less than a year.
- Nurse Veronica in TNA, though we didn't get to see much of her second job since she didn't get much time anyway and was gone fairly quickly. She tried to come back later for the Gut Check competition but didn't even qualify.
- The Yu-Gi-Oh! game has a few. The most famous example is Injection Fairy Lily; not only is she a cute nurse (if yo can get past the huge syringe), the anime emphasizes it, having her flirt with the opposing player when she's summoned (which the dub edits out in most cases). Her Older and Wiser form, Counselor Lily is a subversion (but possibly a Meganekko); given as her dress is more modest and she seems to be taking her job more seriously when she appears on the Spell Card Attrafic Control (which fits, seeing as the position of counselor would suggest an advanced degree). There’s also Nurse Reficule the Fallen One, who is clearly an evil version of the trope, emphasized by the fact that her effect changes Life Point gain into Effect Damage. (pretty much the opposite of what a nurse is supposed to to. Of course, she is a Fallen Angel.)
- Older Than Television: Old Vaudeville shows often had a scene where an attractive woman in a nurse's uniform would walk across the stage, prompting the male cast members to call out: "Hello, Nurse!!". (And now you know.) See the "doctor sketch" in Neil Simon's The Sunshine Boys for a good reenactment of this bit.
- Rival Schools has Kyoko Minazuki, a rather buxom school nurse.
- Nurse Melanie from Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis. Like Kyoko above, she's quite busty. She also teases Vayne and Jess at one point.
- Litchi Faye Ling from BlazBlue is a doctor who is currently trying to find a cure for a certain monster who used to be her best friend. She's... wearing a very Stripperiffic red Qipao, which shows her very buxom body (there's a reason why her In Universe Nickname is 'Boobie Lady'). She's got a more conservative, covering cloth when not fighting, though. And her voice also sounds flirtatious at times (although she's probably just teasing).
- Sayoko Uehara of Persona 4, an extremely flirty nurse with whom the main character can develop the Devil Arcana.
- Almost every Harvest Moon title has at least one good-looking person in the medical profession that is an eligible marriage candidate. Probably the only exception is Dr. Hardy from the Wonderful Life series.
- In the Spiritual Successor game Stardew Valley, Black and Nerdy Wrench Wench Maru is one of the potential love interests for the protagonist and when she's not tinkering with inventions in her spare time, she doubles by working as a nurse at the small town's clinic. She even wears the typical nurse outfit!
- Teddie Adelaide in Mitsumete Knight. The protagonist in-game (and one of the Official Konami Guides as well) even hangs a lampshade about her "nice body" when they are at the beach.
- Valentine from Skullgirls does dress as a nurse and her combat repertoire includes lots of medic-based things, including surgeries and such. And her breasts pop out of her nurse outfit. It's a trap; don't fall for it.
- Mikan Tsumiki from Super Dangan Ronpa 2 seems to look like one, with the semi-short nurse's uniform, being wrapped around in bandages and having a large bust size. But she's also very clumsy, prone to shrieking and crying and in chapter 1, she is covered with food.
- This trope is half the point of Kiss of Revenge, which is set at a large Tokyo hospital and features several very attractive doctors as potential love interests for the protagonist, along with two very cute nurses and a stylish female M.D. as supporting characters.
- League of Legends, while having not really attractive doctors by canon (like Dr. Mundo) features alternate skins for the Kinkou Ninjas working as hospital members. Akali's nurse outfit is the one that fits the most (seeing that Kennen is a yordle, and Shen's Glowing Eyes of Doom puts a debate on the trope).
- Discussed in a Tales of Xillia 2 skit, where Leia asks Jude (Who's a doctor) why he decided to go with his new look. When she suspects that he did it for the sake of getting more attention from girls, he quickly denies it, only to reluctantly admit the truth immediately after.
- In True Love Junai Monogatari, one of the love interests is a smoking hot nurse named Misako Sayama. She is also one of the easiest to get together with, and if she's the chosen girlfriend it's shown that the PC and her indulge in doctor/patient kinky foreplay.
- A majority of the characters from the Trauma Center series.
- Ménage à 3 has nurse Peggy, who, despite being as attractive and sexually enthusiastic as most of the cast, and fully willing to use her attractiveness as a weapon when pushed, is depicted as practical, concerned for other people's health, and obliged to work insanely long hours — a plausibly realistic nurse, in other words.
- Dr. Edward Bunnigus from Schlock Mercenary. Justified; her parents were required to have a genetically-tailored child instead of natural, and specifically requested a daughter with the brain of a medical genius and the body of a stripper. She was specifically hired by Captain Tagon based solely on her bust size, not her medical qualifications (yes, this had the expected response from the female cast).
- Terenya from Uncreation is a medic. She's also pretty, blonde and curvaceous.
- C. Tori from Awful Hospital is a highly-skilled artist and surgeon, and also very curvaceous. Somehow, the fact that she's a sentient cluster of blood vessels doesn't diminish the effect.
- Episode 1 of Danton Dipthong suggests possible reasons women love doctors: They're workaholics, always stressed out, and constantly around diseased people.
- The Amazing World of Gumball: Gumball dreams of one day becoming a "handsome" doctor when he grows up.
- Hello Nurse from Animaniacs who unsurprisingly is a nurse has men lusting after her constantly especially the Warner Brothers. Though she doesn't have a hospital to heat up.
- Beavis And Butthead: In "Sperm Bank", the duo go to the titular place, only to be too embarrassed by the sexy nurse at the desk to even say complete sentences without turning bright red in the face.
- Leela is once impressed with a handsome doctor, which makes her all flirty: "A tall doctor, you say?" His name is Adlai Atkins and they grew up in the same orphanage. He's an eye surgeon, and it doesn't hurt that most doctors are rich.
- The first movie introduce a sexy young doctor named Dr. Cahill, (although Fry just called her Dr. Good and Sexy) who - despite her insistence that her attractive nature didn't make her a bimbo - was in fact a bimbo.
- Kim Possible: The title character's mom, Ann Possible (who looks like an older version of her daughter), is an attractive neurosurgeon (or "brain surgeon," as they call it on the show).
- An episode of The Penguins of Madagascar had Private falling in love with the zoo's new cute vet, and repeatedly getting himself hurt on purpose in order to spend more time with her.
- Two old Popeye cartoons have him and Bluto competing to see who can be the first to get hurt badly, so they can be treated by nurse Olive. One cartoon is played straight as Popeye force-feeds Bluto spinach to beat him up and land him in the hospital. The second cartoon subverts it as both men manage to get badly hurt but are then told that Olive works in an animal hospital. Olive's hotness is an Informed Ability at best but in-universe, Bluto and Popeye certainly believe in it.