Yuki Reid is a former junior doctor of the Emergency Department of Holby General Hospital.
He joined the department along with a group of new F2 trainees in 2009, including Lenny Lyons, May Phelps and Heather Whitefield.
He left the ED in 2010.
By late 2012, all four of them were no longer working in the department following Heather’s death on her first day and May and Lenny’s departures in 2010.
A brilliant mind, but desperately socially unconfident.
Joined Casualty 12th September 2009.
F2 Junior Doctor.
Suffers from social anxiety and tries to blend into.
28/12/2019 Christmas suddenly turned dark and miserable during tonight’s (December 28) episode of Casualty , as Mason Reede was found dead in a storeroom cupboard.
It was Rash’s unlucky day at #, Simon Harper, executive producer of Casualty and Holby City, added: #Victor wowed us from his first audition and is an immensely talented addition to the Casualty company.
28/12/2019 Viewers were shocked when tonight#s Casualty opened with a body being found in one of the ED#s store rooms # and it was the body of junior doctor Mason Reede (Victor Oshin),.
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07/01/2011 Yuki Reid was exceptionally academic in his knowledge of medicine however lacks social confidence.
At first viewers are led to believe his motivations for becoming a doctor were for his attraction for fellow student May Phelps however in a later episode we discover that his brother died of cancer.
29/12/2019 CASUALTY fans were left confused last night, with Mason Reede’s shock death leaving them convinced that they had “missed an episode”.
Rash found the #, Dr Reid believed, based on standard procedure, that Paul Rainey’s condition would be re-assessed by another Casualty Surgeon on Saturday 12 April 2008.
Paul Rainey was returned to cell 6 at Cathcart Police Office by Police Custody and Security Officer Donegan at approximately 17.