Which Remedy Character Are You?

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Which Remedy Character Are You? - Quiz

If you worked at Bethune General Hospital, would you be an uptight yet smoking hot surgeon? A bad-ass drop-out? Take this quiz to determine which Remedy character you resemble most!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    A good-looking patient is flirting with you while you're on the job, so you:

    • A.

      Flirt back and likely take him home later that night.

    • B.

      Get extremely nervous, smile – to be polite, and avoid eye contact.

    • C.

      Shut it down! You can't risk losing your job – especially over a fling!

    • D.

      Are flattered, but who has time for romance?

    • E.

      Don't notice – social cues aren't your thing.

    • F.

      Flirt back – you're single(ish) and it makes the time go by!

  • 2. 

    Inter-office romances are:

    • A.

      Great! I'm in one now. It's so comforting having a support system on-site.

    • B.

      The more the merrier – as long as no one gets attached.

    • C.

      The norm, but not something to be flaunted – kissing on the grounds is a firm NO!

    • D.

      Why, what did you hear?

    • E.

      In theory, quite efficient. But messy... too messy!

    • F.

      Not a good idea – too much risk. Plus, the only person you need is you!

  • 3. 

    A patient is breaking down and seeking comfort. You:

    • A.

      Can relate since you too have hit rock bottom.

    • B.

      Are not the best fit for the job – you are technical, not emotional.

    • C.

      Are sympathetic but focused on finding the root of the problem.

    • D.

      Comfort him/her. You've been there – heck you're there right now. Patient relations is the best part of the gig.

    • E.

      Do everything you can to make sure the patient is at ease and taken care of. You frequently check on him/her and go above and beyond your call of duty.

    • F.

      What does he/she have to worry about? You're in charge and the best in the field. It will be fine.

  • 4. 

    Nurses are:

    • A.

      Not surgeons.

    • B.

      Just as important as doctors. Doctors cure, nurses care.

    • C.

      An integral part of a hospital, for sure, but are they as qualified as doctors? No.

    • D.

      The best to date.

    • E.

      Extremely capable. You're not a fan of the hospital hierarchy.

    • F.

      You're not even answering. These hospital stereotypes are not your thing.

  • 5. 

    There is a family dinner tonight. You:

    • A.

      Organized it, created an evite but have yet to receive any RSVPs – despite the numerous follow-up emails!

    • B.

      Can't wait – it's just about the only thing that will get you to leave the office. Family is everything.

    • C.

      Are nervous. As the black sheep, you can expect a lot of snide comments. The upshot? There will be wine.

    • D.

      Go – mainly for the food. You're not all sentimental and whatever.

    • E.

      Family? What family?

    • F.

      Accept a date to get out of it... sushi and sex over awkward family time? Yes please!

  • 6. 

    Hospital food is:

    • A.

      Comforting and consistent, tastes like home to you.

    • B.

      Perfect! Pre-packaged and easy to eat... little chance of spilling on yourself.

    • C.

      Inedible. You love to cook so you bring leftovers and love to share!

    • D.

      Good enough.

    • E.

      Quick and efficient between surgeries.

    • F.

      Never tried it... your partner packs your food and snacks, so you are taken care of.

  • 7. 

    If you had to tell a patient that he/she doesn't have much longer to live, how would you do it?

    • A.

      Quickly and clearly; you have other patients to deal with.

    • B.

      You love patient relations but this is always tough so you try to soften the blow but expect the worst reaction.

    • C.

      Sympathetically – it's never easy.

    • D.

      Honestly and by the book. You understand his/her sadness but this is part of the job.

    • E.

      Just like they taught you in medical school.

    • F.

      That isn't in the job description, is it?

  • 8. 

    In high school you were:

    • A.

      The class clown. Pranking your teachers was the highlight of your day.

    • B.

      Busy – juggling a part-time job and school.

    • C.

      Winning the class humanitarian award. You loved helping your community and classmates!

    • D.

      Getting straight As.

    • E.

      Graduating early to reach your goals as soon as possible.

    • F.

      A great student – in math, science, environmental science. The humanities are for hippies.

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