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Dr. Dylan Scott is a physician in emergency medicine specializing in pediatrics at Gaffney Chicago Medical Center. He is portrayed by Guy Lockard.

Background

Dylan has a sister named Zora Scott and his father is Reginald Scott. They are both police officers with the Chicago Police Department. He was very close to his father who walked and brought him sandwiches from a restaurant while he was in medical school.

Dylan was a police office like his father and sister but he eventually quit to go to medical school and become a doctor. He is now a specialist in pediatric emergency medicine.

Biography

He dated Carmen Walker when he was younger and it has now caused problems for him and Carmen's now husband Terell, his former friend.

Season 7

You Can't Always Trust What You See

Dylan is introduced treating a young boy with a snake bite. Using his past experience as a police officer, he quickly realizes the bite was from a gang initiation ritual, and he counsels the boy to stay on the straight path. Dr. Hammer asks Dylan to consult on the case of a young girl named Jasmine Russell who is extremely lethargic. They quickly discover that she suffered a stroke due to sickle cell anemia, and when they question her mother about whether Jasmine has had any of the required preventative care they quickly realize that the family is a victim of bias in the medical field because most children with sickle cell anemia are African-American and therefor receive less attentive care. When Jasmine's mother Aleesha collapses while trying to stand up and is discovered to have severe arthritis, Dr. Hammer impresses Dylan by deducing that Jasmine has been sleeping in her car to survive.

To Lean In, or To Let Go

Scott and Charles deal with a UNICEF negotiator with repressed trauma.

Status Quo, aka the Mess We're In

He notices a gathered crowd and police officers dealing with a man. Dylan recognizes him as Roland Baxter, a long-time patient who was recently diagnosed with schizophrenia. He begs the cops to let him talk the manic Rolan down and he is successful, with the crowd amazed by his action and recording him as a hero.

Change Is a Tough Pill to Swallow

Scott and Daniel treat patients suffering from glass child syndrome and misdiagnosed ADHD.

When You're a Hammer, Everything's a Nail

Scott's history with the father of a patient interferes with his perception of a case.

Just as a Snake Sheds Its Skin

Dylan faces a dilemma when his previous allegiance to the police department and MED come into a question.

Secret Santa Has a Gift for You

The Things We Thought We Left Behind

Gallery

Appearances

Season 7
You Can't Always Trust What You See To Lean In, or To Let Go Be the Change You Want to See Status Quo, aka the Mess We're In Change Is a Tough Pill to Swallow
When You're a Hammer, Everything's a Nail A Square Peg in a Round Hole Just as a Snake Sheds Its Skin Secret Santa Has a Gift For You No Good Deed Goes Unpunished... in Chicago
The Things We Thought We Left Behind What You Don't Know Can't Hurt You Reality Leaves a Lot to the Imagination
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