The Long-term Medical Holographic program (LMH) was a project in development by Lewis Zimmerman in which a holographic doctor would be designed to operate as a medical practitioner on a long-term basis in a location or situation where a person could not.

In 2373, Zimmerman chose Julian Bashir as the template for the LMH and came to Deep Space 9 to create the program. Zimmerman was also keen for the LMH to have an approachable manner, and so planned to incorporate detailed information about Bashir into the program. Work on the program was halted when it was revealed that Bashir had been genetically enhanced as a child by a procedure illegal in the Federation. (DS9 episode: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume")

Zimmerman decided to continue with the LMH project, although it was still in the planning stages in 2375 and Zimmerman was more focused on perfecting the EMH Mark Two. (DS9 short story: "So a Horse Walks into a Bar...")



Photonic and holographic personnel
Emergency holographic programs positions Command (ECH)ConnCounselingEngineeringHospitality (EHH)Medical (EMH) (25th century EMH Mk I) • Navigational (ENH)R&D (Energy Weapons OfficerMatter-Antimatter SpecialistQuartermaster) • Security (ESH) (Security Gorn (ESG)) • Tactical (Holo Leeta) • Entertainment (OrionVulcan) • Hamlet programsholographic bridge officers (TOS • DS9 • others) • holographic Exocomps (holographic combat drone) • Long-term Medical (LMH)personal Karemma trader UFP seal Starfleet Command logo
notable versions and variants Medical Android (EMA)EmmetEmmettHolo Leeta (Dabo LeetaMirror Admiral) • Diagnostic Program ("Dr. Zimmerman")The DoctorPhotonic Engineering Officer CandidatePhotonic Tactical Officer CandidateVic FontaineThe Warden
notable templates organic templates Lewis Zimmerman (EMH • Diagnostic) • Julian Bashir (LMH) • Leeta
synthetic templates ExocompsThe Doctor (25th century EMH Mk I) • Vic Fontaine (Counseling) UFP seal Starfleet Command logo

External linkEdit

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.