It hits me how even in a loving family, it's so easy to feel unseen. Guess I wasn't always grateful for what I had.

Scott

Charles: I'm thinking some sort of anxiety disorder.
Scott: Great. Second misdiagnosis in a week.

Alex: Is this going to hurt?
Charles: No. You'll be asleep the whole time.
Alex: Even when they cut open my head?
Scott: No. The next thing you'll know, you'll wake up and it'll be all over. There something else on your mind?
Alex: It's just... when you open up my head, will you see my secrets?

Marcel: With all due respect, you're a transplant surgeon, not a trauma surgeon. This is my patient.
Blake: I know. But she's also my daughter. I'm taking over this case. *she leaves*
Archer: You have a transplant?
Marcel: No. But we have a problem.

Maggie: What time did you get in?
Vanessa: I don't know, around 4?
Maggie: Why so early?
Vanessa: So I can get a leg up on my day.
Maggie: Two hours before your shift?
Vanessa: Weil, if I meet with my patients early, I can read up on their conditions. That way during rounds, I have the answers. Plus if I'm here a little early, I can study for my boards.
Maggie: Does sleep ever factor into this equation?

Wow. What a view. You can almost see the whole city from here and yet it's the best place to be alone.

Sharon

Charles: Psychiatry is far from an exact science, and unfortunately, research does show that African Americans, especially males, are misdiagnosed with schizophrenia far more often than whites.
Scott: We're perceived as dangerous so we get a diagnosis that matches that perception.

Pam: I was hopeful this was the start of something for him. But the bus was crowded and there was traffic... if you hadn't come, it might have been our family today.
Scott: I know.
Pam: Roland is a sweet boy, and kind.
Scott: He is.
Pam: I wish we weren't the only ones who saw it.

Marcel: I'm Dr. Marcel, the ED doctor on call today.
Patient: Oh man, I got an upgrade? That can't be good news.

Will:...and it's minimally invasive.
Archer Well, not when it comes to your wallet. Those catheters are pretty pricey, right?I"m sorry, I didn't mean to say that aloud.
Cooper: No, it's a fair point. What do you think, Dr. Halstead?
Will: Well, yes and no. I mean, the Vas Com is more expensive than other devices but it's certainly not overpriced, considering the multitude of functions it's capable of.
Archer: Yeah, I mean, it is a Swiss Army knife. No doubt about that.

Cop: Step back!
Scott: I'm trying to help -
Cop: Sir, stand back and let us do our jobs.
Scott: I'm a doctor. There's my badge. This man is experiencing a psychiatric episode.

Maggie: So I was wondering -
Scott: Not interested.
Maggie: You don't even know what I was going to say.

Chicago Med Quotes

Cooper: Heard my name. You looking for me?
Will: Yeah, I was curious to learn more about the VasCom device.

What's the difference between God and a doctor? God knows he's not a doctor.

Dr. Zurney