‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 13 Spoilers, News And Updates: Who’s Gonna Be Fired Next? Pregnancy Worries Of Amelia To Be Revisited?

In last week's episode of "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13, Catherine Avery declared that she will implement a major overhaul of Grey Sloan's residency program. It appeared that Marika Dominczyk will be directly involved in it. A report from TV Guide said she will play the role of Dr. Eliza Minnick.

What Will Be Dominczyk's Impact On The Hospital?

Dr. Minnick (Dominczyk) was accepted by Grey Sloan Anatomy because of Avery's request. Her job description is to assess the hospital's residency program. It appears that her assessment is alarming. However, the other doctors in the hospital are not aware of the implications of the work being done by this medical consultant.

Leah (Tessa Ferrer) has heard some rumors that Dr. Minnick's previous assessments have led to the firing of some doctors. Upon hearing this news, the doctors at Grey Sloan were alarmed. They are wondering who among them in "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 will be fired next. Could it come to the point where a mass hiring will become necessary?

Amelia Confesses That She Doesn't Want To Have Children

Meanwhile, one of the characters in "Grey's Anatomy" Season 13 is having some problems of her own. Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) admits to her husband Owen (Kevin McKidd) that she does not plan to have children of her own. Some fans will be surprised at this but those who have seen her in "Private Practice" would understand.

A report from TV Guide says that she has previously lost a child with her ex-partner. This happened in the spinoff of "Grey's Anatomy" which stars Kate Walsh. To add to her grief, it turned out that she had a direct part in the death of her child. But it is very probable that the couple will eventually have a discussion over this since Owen really wants to have a child. This is one of the events that fans should watch out for and see how the couple will deal with their differences.

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