On Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 6, Will worries that Marcel isn't giving proper care to an old friend of the Halstead family who needs surgery.

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Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 6 revolves around patients who need to get out of the hospital ASAP.

Will's patient is a restaurant owner that Will's known since childhood. She has an injury to her arm but doesn't want to stay in the hospital as she has dinners to prepare. After looking at the images, Will realizes she has a problem with an artery and needs a surgical consult. Marcel recommends surgery to repair her artery and she agrees, but Will worries that she only consented because she saw Marcel on the news.

Marcel promises to take great care of Maria, but the Gaffney PR director calls him out of surgery as he is closing because the Lieutenant Governor needs a procedure done and wants Marcel. That will be good for the hospital's reputation and he wants Marcel to tend to her right away.

Marcel lets Kai close by himself. Later, Maria has an issue with her artery that ultimately turns out not to be related to the surgery, but Will accuses Marcel of having his priorities screwed up.

Meanwhile, Vanessa and Maggie work on a patient who has a foundation providing global medicine and is in a hurry to get back to work, while Asher and Archer see a patient who has an ectopic pregnancy and Charles and Choi work with a mother who is afraid she may hurt her baby.

To find out what happens, watch Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 6 online.

Episode Details

On Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 6, Marcel adjusts to his newfound fame when he helps Halstead treat a local restaurant owner while Maggie and Taylor clash.

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Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 6 Quotes

Woman: Help! Somebody take him.
[Choi takes the baby.] Choi: What's wrong?
Woman: It's me. I'm going to hurt him. I'm what's wrong.

Reporter: People are calling you a hero, but is that how you would characterize yourself?
Marcel: Umm...
Jack: You know he gerry-rigged a lung transplant just days after the incident? Confident, creative. Future of medicine, this guy.