On Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 9, Will and Sharon get disappointing news while Marcel assists on a difficult transplant that could put a patient's life at risk.

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Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 9 revolves around secrets.

When Jessa offers Will kickbacks in exchange for promoting the VAS-COM device, Will and Sharon want to go to the FBI but Peter says they need to keep this quiet. Matt will be fired, nothing else. Will is angry and tells Sharon he wants to go to the FBI himself but she forbids it.

Will goes to work with a bad attitude. He feels Cooper and Jessa are getting away with fraud. It doesn't help when his patient is an infant who is having a hard time breathing and might die. Will is upset that an innocent baby is suffering and even finding a solution to her woes doesn't help.

Meanwhile, Stevie and Vanessa work with a patient who has a mysterious illness and whose insurance and credit cards are both declined. When Stevie recognizes the patient's symptoms from her experience living in the homeless community, the patient's husband demands to know what's really going on. It turns out the patient got fired months ago but pretended not to because she was ashamed.

Finally, Marcel and Blake work on a challenging transplant care, while Charles battles Archer again to keep a mentally ill patient in the ED until he can be stabilized.

Episode Details

On Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 9, Halstead's investigation weighs heavily on his mind as he works with Scott, and Hammer and Taylor struggle to keep secrets.

Rating: 4.3 / 5.0 (13 Votes)
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Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 9 Quotes

Charles: So your patient isn't suicidal.
Archer: How do you figure that?
Charles: He wasn't aware he was walking into traffic.
Archer: The cars and buses didn't tip him off?
Charles: He has schizophrenia. He was suffering from an auditory hallucination that led him to believe he was on the campus where he teaches.
Archer: Ah, okay. Well, I've treated his physical injuries. Send him upstairs.
Charles: He seems like he's been responsible, taking his meds and all that. Something destabilized him and I want to keep him down here til I find out what.
Archer: Well, I'm sure you know best but the ED is an unfriendly place to begin with and when you add the mentally ill in, it just compounds people's fears.

Maggie: I feel like a lot of this is my fault. I caused you so much stress with the way I came into your life, wanting you here and never telling you the truth.
Vanessa: No, I understand why you did it. If I was in your shoes I would do the same thing. You wanted to meet your daughter.