Foreman stayed at Hopkins to do his internship. While there, he was trained by Dr. Walter Cofield , the residency director. House refers to Cofield as Foreman's "old mentor" with House being his "new mentor. Marty Hamilton in Los Angeles. Foreman and Hamilton had a very good working relationship, but as he completed his residency, he started to look for more challenges. He finally became aware that the great diagnostician Dr.
House was looking for a new fellow.
He sent in his resume and was scheduled for an interview. House soon offered him the job. Eric was pleased because he beat out one of his rivals, another neurologist, Dr. Taylor for the position. Foreman refuses and is angry he was chosen for his criminal record and not his first-rate credentials.
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Eventually, when all other clues are used up, Foreman takes Cameron along to do the break in. As a result, he finds himself standing up to House on many occasions and reporting House to Lisa Cuddy when he thinks House has gone too far. When the patient is poor or homeless, Foreman is more than willing to blame their illness on their poor living habits when House keeps looking for underlying illnesses. Foreman does manage to have one relationship outside the hospital, with one of the pharmaceutical representatives, Sharon.
When Edward Vogler arrives at the hospital, he tries to turn Foreman against House by noting that Foreman has always played by the rules and excelled. After treating a 9-year-old patient with an experimental procedure, Foreman starts working on an article about the case for publication, despite the fact he knows that Cameron is working on an article for the same case. Even Cuddy, who is initially pleased with the fact that the administrative work is being done on time, starts to back down when Foreman suggests that he be put in charge.
His authority eventually evaporates with nothing having changed.
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Cameron tries to be reconciliatory, but Foreman is defiant that he did nothing wrong and tells Cameron they are only colleagues, not friends. However, things take a turn for the worse when Foreman starts exhibiting the same symptoms as the patient. Main Article Foreman case study. The officer soon dies and it appears Foreman will soon follow suit. Thanks to the efforts of both Cameron and House, he survives. Foreman seems changed by his experience, becoming more agreeable and easy going. Foreman once again starts a romance, this time with Wendy , one of the pediatric nurses at the hospital.
However, when he later finds her a job in Boston to help advance her career, she realizes that he keeps shutting people out of his life and breaks up with him. When House gets into trouble with Michael Tritter , Tritter tries to get Foreman to turn on House, even offering to ensure that Marcus is paroled right away.
However, once again, Foreman stays loyal to House. Towards the end of the season, a pair of concurrent events start to change everything. Fearing that Alicia is near death, Rodney brings her to Princeton for a visit so she can see Eric again. At the same time, Foreman treats an unemployed black woman and makes a treatment suggestion that ensures the patient will die. The next case only makes things worse. Foreman manages to save two patients, but in the process has to torture one of them to harvest bone marrow for a transplant destined for Nick, the tortured patient's brother.
This convinces Foreman he is starting to become overly objective in the face of human suffering and too much like his boss. Meanwhile, Cuddy has received permission to offer Foreman a big raise and his own team. However, because of the interview stunt and the fact he will still most likely have to answer to House in his new position, he turns Cuddy down.
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After House fires Chase and they finish the case they are working on, House finally asks Foreman to stay. This convinces Foreman he was right all along and he walks away. However, Cameron quits too leaving House without a team. Things work out well for Foreman at first. He gets his own diagnostic team at New York Mercy Hospital and is soon working on his own cases.
His first presents him with a woman who shows symptoms similar to the woman he killed in season 3.
Instead, Foreman sneaks into the radiology department with the patient to irradiate her. The patient immediately improves, but Dr. Schaffer fires Foreman for going against protocol. Hearing about the dismissal, Cuddy once again comes back to Foreman with an offer to come back to work for her. Once again, he turns her down flat because it would mean having to work with House.
However, it turns out every hospital administrator from New York to Pennsylvania has heard about Foreman. Foreman crawls back to Cuddy, who realizes no one else will hire him, and Cuddy hires him back at his old salary.
However, when treating a patient with mirror syndrome , Foreman finally realizes that although some of the work he does seems crazy, he really enjoys doing it. He throws himself back into his work. Foreman also starts to outperform his boss when trying to figure out one of the new team members, Thirteen.
Foreman is also given his first solo case - a four-year-old boy. However, Foreman finally has his epiphany and finds the right diagnosis. Their relationship soon turns romantic and intimate. However, when Foreman switches out the medicine, Thirteen develops a brain tumor , which luckily is treatable. Foreman has to stop working on the trial and nearly gets disciplined for his breach of protocol. By the end of the season, they are starting to talk to each other about long term plans. He feels he has to fire her to save their relationship.
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Instead, the move results in Thirteen leaving him and going to Thailand. Foreman tries to rebuild the department and asks Chase and Cameron to come and work for him until he can hire new fellows. However, House is soon trying to put the team back together, resulting in the re-hiring of Thirteen. The relationship between Foreman and Thirteen is strained, but Foreman finally defuses the situation by admitting he was wrong to have fired her.
The incident results in the brothers reconciling and Marcus moving in with Eric for a short while. Meanwhile, Foreman and Taub start to build a relationship when they are trapped in the file storage room during a lockdown. Taub realizes Foreman was trying to destroy the evidence of the academic probation in the file room before it was digitized. Foreman leaves without doing it, but Taub goes back to destroy it himself. Owning a dog can be one of the greatest joys in life, but it comes with a lot of responsibility. Compare Breeds Compare up to 5 different breeds side by side.
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