The doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital Meredith Grey are faced with life-or-death decisions on a daily basis. They seek comfort from one another, and, at times, more than just friendship. Together they discover that neither medicine nor relationships can be defined in black and white.
With changes at home and work, Meredith struggles to find a sense of normalcy.
Maggie tries to make a good impression but finds herself in unfortunate situations.
Owen tries to get Callie to help Veterans Hospital patients with the robotic limb lab.
Meredith watches videos and reads her mother's journals, learning secrets from Ellis Grey's past.
Owen bonds with a patient who may have served in the military; April's mother connects with Jackson.
Information about Amelia's past emerges and causes problems for her at the hospital.
A disagreement about a patient's case leads to a bigger argument between Meredith and Derek.
Meredith keeps herself busy while Derek prepares for his move; Jackson and April get difficult news.
April stays positive as tests are run on her baby; Dr. Herman plans a crash course in fetal surgery.
Meredith looks for a sitter so she can go visit Derek; Amelia and Stephanie work together on a case.
Meredith dodges Maggie's questions about DC; Bailey and Ben worry about Ben's brother.
Amelia gives a lecture about the intricacies of Dr. Herman's case that fascinates the doctors.
An earthquake leaves Maggie trapped in an elevator and threatens Meredith's streak of successes.
Jackson and April try to return to normalcy; Arizona realizes that Callie is moving on.
Rattled by recent events, Meredith tries to decide what to do about Derek.
Incoming injuries to the ER add drama to a school group's field trip to the hospital.
The crash of a small plane results in multiple casualties -- and brings back terrible memories.
Derek spring into action to save lives after witnessing a terrible car accident.
Jackson struggles to understand April's decision; Ben and Bailey discuss their future.
As the doctors deal with a crisis, they are reminded of what is most important.