Chicago Med 3x19 Promo "Crisis Of Confidence"

Chicago Med 3x19 Promo "Crisis Of Confidence"

Chicago Med 3x15 Promo "Devil In Disguise"

Chicago Med 3x15 Promo "Devil In Disguise"

Chicago Med 3x16 Promo "An Inconvenient Truth"

Chicago Med 3x16 Promo "An Inconvenient Truth"

Chicago Med 3x04 Promo "Naughty or Nice"

Chicago Med 3x04 Promo "Naughty or Nice"

Chicago Med 3x03 Promo "Trust Your Gut"

Chicago Med 3x03 Promo "Trust Your Gut"

Chicago Med 3x12 Promo "Born This Way"

Chicago Med 3x12 Promo "Born This Way"

Dr. Connor Rhodes is a Cardiothoracic- and Trauma Surgery Attending at Gaffney Chicago Medical Center, though he began as a Trauma Surgery Fellow.


Connor was born in Chicago to Cornelius Rhodes and his wife Elizabeth, with a sister Claire. His family is very wealthy and powerful as they own the Dolen Rhodes department store started by his grandfather. When Connor was ten, his mother killed herself by throwing herself off the roof of their home. Although she was reportedly severely depressed, Connor knows there is more to the story, remarking to his father that there are things he has not told his sister. After Elizabeth died, Connor left and his sister grew bitter towards him for abandoning her with their father. His grandfather, a "salt of the earth" guy, also told him he would have to work harder and be better than everyone else so as not to turn out like his father.

The summer before college Connor and a friend were arrested while buying drugs from an undercover cop, Connor's father pulled strings and got him off. His friend, however, did not have any connections and died of an overdose before Connor could make amends.

Cornelius never accepted Connor's refusal to participate in the family business and criticizes his son's medical skills as often as possible. This led to Connor leaving Chicago and attending medical school in Guadalajara, Mexico and spending the year after his residency in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where he treated injured oil workers. After his time in Riyadh, he returned home to Chicago.

Season 1



Connor boarded the train that derailed and immediately began checking on everyone after the accident. He follows a patient to the hospital in an ambulance, only the patient codes and Connor performs CPR as they arrive. Dr. Halstead tries to take over but Connor informs him that he is the new trauma fellow.


His father calls him at the Hospital but he has no intention of talking to him. Having been unable to speak with his son, Cornelius, stops by the Hospital later on. Telling Connor that when he really hurt his feeling when he left the city, asking him to move on and let go of past conflicts and start over. Connor doesn't believe him.


Rhodes assists a man impaled by a chandelier and realizes it's his old friend Russell, who got hurt at his family's department store while showcasing a new chandelier with Connor's sister, Claire. After the first intervention, he talks to Claire about the situation. The two end up discussing old problems: when Dr. Rhodes left the city, even though it was to get away from his father, he also abandoned his sister. She is really hurt and doesn't want to talk about it, she just wants him to take care of Russell. While studying what he can do in order to help him, Dr. Halstead takes a look at the case with Connor and assists him. Before continuing with their normal Hospital lives, Halstead makes a joke saying he bought a pair of socks at his store, the only thing he could afford, to which Connor responds that if his solution to the case works he will get him a tie.

His father goes up to Sharon Goodwin to ask her to take Connor off the Russell case, as he is an old friend of the patient and he also doesn't think his son can provide the best care. Sharon tells him that while the patient was lucid he didn't request another physician, therefore that is nothing she can do, and Connor is a top surgeon. The two exchange words, with Sharon telling him that while the Hospital appreciates his donations it's her shop to run and ultimately she won't take Connor off the case. Connor is successful in performing the surgery, which slightly disappoints his father. Claire is thankful to Connor. However, Mr. Rhodes tells Claire he won't be picking up his medical bill as he can't afford to take care of everyone injured at the site. She's upset and shocked but Connor takes care of it.

Rhodes also starts dating Dr. Zanetti, another leading surgeon at the hospital.


Herrmann is brought in with a severe stab wound. Rhodes takes him in but delays in performing surgery. Herrmann appears to be fine but suddenly his heart rate drops and Rhodes and Zanetti take him in for surgery. While Firehouse 51 waits for news, Zanetti tells him he should've seen this earlier. He performs the surgery and succeeds. This leads to Severide questioning his decision so he asks Jay, Halstead's brother, to ask Halstead whether he thinks that Rhodes made the right call. Halstead hesitantly admits to Jay that he thinks Rhodes was late in treating him. Jay tells Severide, who then calls Rhodes out on his late decision. Rhodes says he's the doctor but is left unable to reply when he's told that his 'colleagues don't seem to agree' with his call. Rhodes gets angry and accuses Zanetti of telling 51. She's surprised that he would think she would undermine a colleague like that to anyone and leaves him. During this, Rhodes sees Jay and Will talking to each other and figures out it was Will. On the other hand, Herrmann's condition worsens again. Just as Rhodes comes in, Severide tells him to be careful as he's already made the wrong call once. Rhodes tells him to back off and successfully saves Herrmann and Severide thanks him.

Rhodes apologizes to Zanetti as he was under pressure since his father is also always ignoring him and questioning him. When Halstead later sees Rhodes, they've both figured out that the other knows. Halstead apologizes; Rhodes doesn't say anything back but indicates he's forgiven.

During the same episode he stops Will from committing career suicide. He tells him he is a good doctor and the world needs good doctors.


Connor tells Maggie Lockwood he was once arrested. The Summer before he went to college he and his buddy got busted trying to buy drugs from an undercover cop. At that age he used to think he was invincible. His dad pulled some strings and got him off. However, his friend wasn't from an influential family and when Connor was given the choice he chose to take the easy way out with the help of his father. She tells him to call his friend and make amends. However, Connor reveals his friend died of an overdose before he could work up the nerve to see him.

Season 2


Season 3

The Tipping Point

After successfully separating conjoined twins, Connor is offered an attending position at the Mayo clinic.

Season 4

Never Let You Go

Season 5

Never Going To Go Back To Normal

Dr Latham decides to test the insulin which caused Cornelius Rhodes' death and finds that it was tainted with chromium which is traceable. Dr Bekker looks worried and tries to walk away, but Connor follows her. Ava then asks for some time so that she can get away and tells Connor that she killed Cornelius in order to be with Connor. She slashes her throat in front of him and is taken to surgery but she dies on the table. Connor thanks Dr Latham for all his help, but says that he's decided to leave Gaffney Chicago Medical Center saying that he needs a fresh start as no one will ever be able to see past his father's death due to Bekker's murder. Latham says that he doesn't want his friend to go, but Connor shakes his hand and leaves anyway.

Memorable Quotes

(to Will): "You're a good doctor and the world needs good doctors you ass!"

(to Ethan): "and what will i transfuse? is there panda plasma in the blood bank?

at the episode 2x11 "night shift"

(To Sharon Goodwin) Yeah? Did he Charm you

(to David) : Your going to kill the only person who can save her?


  • Connor can speak and read Spanish fluently, and has an advanced understanding of Arabic, likely due to his time in Guadalajara and Riyadh.
  • Scotch on the rocks is his preferred alcoholic beverage.
  • He is most friendly with Ethan and Will out of all the attending residents on his shift.


Season 1 Appearances


















Season 2 Appearances
"Soul Care"

"Win Loss"

"Natural History"

"Brother's Keeper"

"Extreme Measures"

"Alternative Medicine"

"Inherent Bias"

"Free Will"

"Uncharted Territory"

"Heart Matters"

"Graveyard Shift"

"Mirror Mirror"

"Theseus' Ship"

"Cold Front"

"Lose Yourself"

"Prisoner's Dilemma"

"Monday Mourning"

"Lesson Learned"

"Ctrl Alt"

"Generation Gap"

"Deliver Us"

"White Butterflies"

"Love Hurts"

Season 3 Appearances
"Speak Your Truth"

"Nothing to Fear"

"Trust Your Gut"

"Naughty or Nice"

"Mountains And Molehills"

"Ties That Bind"

"Over Troubled Water"

"Lemons and Lemonade"

"On Shaky Ground"

"Down By Law"

"Folie à Deux"

"Born This Way"

"Best Laid Plans"

"Lock It Down"

"Devil In Disguise"

"An Inconvenient Truth"

"The Parent Trap"

"This Is Now"

"Crisis Of Confidence"

"The Tipping Point"

Season 4 Appearances
"Be My Better Half"

"When To Let Go"

"Heavy Is The Head"

"Backed Against The Wall"

"What You Don't Know"

"Lesser of Two Evils"

"The Poison Inside Us"

"Play By My Rules"

"Death Do Us Part"

"All The Lonely People"

"Who Can You Trust"

"The Things We Do"

"Ghosts in the Attic"

"Can't Unring That Bell"

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