13. Dr. Charles Percy
Dr. Charles Percy was introduced as part of the Seattle Grace and Mercy West hospital merger. He came across as a bit of a dickhead to start with, but eventually became an accepted, if not boring, part of the hospital bustle. However, his death (after being shot) didn't cause too many emotional ripples along the hallways. Carry on as normal folks.
12. Dr. Shane Ross
Shane was really just a bit of a wanker. What's the go with him never admitting to the role he played in the death of Heather? Not cool Shane. Not cool at all.
11. Dr. Steve Mostow
Steve Mostow was part of the second batch of surgical interns. He popped up sporadically and while his storylines were not overly interesting, he had a cute set of puppy dog eyes.
10. Dr. Finn Dandridge
Dr. Finn Dandrige was a welcome part of eye-candy during the ongoing and never-ending struggle of Meredith and Derek's "will they or won't they" saga. Dating Meredith throughout season two and three, Finn, is eventually dumped because Meredith and Derek can't keep it in their pants as per usual. At least he has his pets to keep him warm.
9. Dr. Richard Webber
Richard is one of the longest serving doctors at the Seattle Grace / Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital. From his torrid affair with Meredith's mother, to his battles with alcoholism, the loss of his wife and the realisation he has a love child, life hasn't been exactly easy for the former Chief. Nevertheless his caring attitude and warm smile has made him a much-loved character.
8. Dr. Owen Hunt
Owen is a damaged, tortured soul, but his persistence to work through his struggles and still remain (mostly) level-headed has made him a fan favourite. Cristina and Owen may have been star-crossed lovers, but we all secretly hope that Owen will fall in love again and have many cute, dimpled, ginger-haired babies.
7. Dr. Ben Warren
With his cheeky smile and obvious love for the fiesty Miranda Bailey, Ben has been a welcome distraction to the ongoing drama of the hospital. He may be teased amongst the other surgical interns, but he'll forever be teasing our hearts.
6. Dr. George O'Malley.
Oh George. Beautiful, dorky, endearing George with the adorable smile. If only you hadn't been hit by a bus.
5. Dr. Preston Burke
Okay, so Burke was a complete asshole leaving Cristina at the altar, but time heals all wounds. And those smouldering eyes help a little too.
4. Dr. Derek Sheperd
Derek has the brains, he has the incredible good looks, he has the perfectly pushed back hair and glistening smile... there's a reason they call him McDreamy. Besides, admiring his good looks is a nice distraction to whatever repetitive drama he has going on with Meredith.
3. Dr. Alex Karev
Who doesn't love a reformed bad boy? Karev hasn't let his past define him, rising from a poor background to become an incredible surgeon. His snarky sense of humour, brooding stare and cheeky smile have all patients (and interns) hooked.
2. Dr. Jackson Avery
That body. Those eyes. That smile. The way he walks away from a smoldering wreck in the rain, still looking like a model. Jackson can play doctor with us any old time.
1. Dr. Mark Sloan
Forget McDreamy. It's when McSteamy (aka Mark Sloan) was introduced that things really began heating up on Grey's Anatomy. With the body of a God and the smile that could light up a room, Mark Sloan went from being the disloyal best friend of Derek Sheperd to an absolute fan favourite. Many hearts still haven't recovered from his untimely death. RIP McSteamy.