Sharon: I'm the one who hit your son.
Ms. Miller: What?
Sharon: I didn't want to lead with that. But if you'd just give me a chance to explain -
Ms. Miller: Coming in here acting like you want to help, when you just want to cover your own ass.
Sharon: I only want what's best for your boy.
Ms. Miller: Don't you dare tell me what's best for my son! You're not the one who has to deal with it after today.

Maggie: You said your door was always open.
Charles: And I'm no fiber. Come on in. What's going on?
Maggie: I have a daughter. Her name is Vanessa. And this morning, I saw her for the first time.

Dean: You going back to school?
April: I'm applying.
Dean: You got a first choice?
April: Porter, but unfortunately I missed the deadline.
Dean: Is Melinda Baker still the head of nursing there?
April: I think so. You know her?
Dean: She married my cousin and then she divorced my cousin. We're still on good terms and I bet if I sang your praises she'd make an exception.

I need to make sure that boy is all right. Burt, I don't need any babysitting.


It was so dark. I didn't see the boy. And I held his hand until the paramedics got there but there was so much blood.


Choi: How does it feel, all that power at your fingertips?
Doris: Very natural. It's like I was made for bossing people around.

Now that I'm in front of you, I've realized I haven't rehearsed my speech. I wanted to say again how sorry I am for violating your trust.


Nat: You've been coughing for a while. Anything else bothering you?
Carol: No, but come to think of it, my cough started when I started taking these. Who prescribed them anyway?

April: I thought she had anxiety.
Marcel: Hey. You made a diagnosis based on your experience. That's what medicine's all about. A lot of docs get their MDs and that's it. But not you.

Choi: If you broke your leg, you'd treat it right? Mental health should be no different. There shouldn't be a stigma attached.
Dean: It's not that. I don't need therapy.
Choi: You were the commanding officer, always putting everyone's needs before yours. It's time to take care of yourself. Call Dr. Charles.

Dr. Young: I'd like to add an AICD.
Carol: And what is that?
Dr. Young: It's a device that's implanted in your chest that can help regulate your heart. If an arrhythmia develops, it can shock your heart back into a normal sinus rhythm.
Carol: Does it hurt, getting shocked?
Dr. Young: My patients do say it causes discomfort. One patient describes it like getting kicked in the chest.
Carol: Well, who can say no to that?

April: Mr. and Mrs. Forbes, I spent a long time in the COVID ward. I saw patients on ventilators for weeks. A lot of them suffered emotional trauma from their time in the ICU.
Mrs. Forbes: Wait. You think this is all in my head?
April: Considering the stress you've been under for the past few months, it would be understandable if this was anxiety based.
Mr. Forbes: She's not imagining this.
Marcel: No, no one is saying she is. Anxiety, if that's what's behind this, can cause very real symptoms.
Mr. Forbes: You can't do anything to help my wife?
Marcel: We'll continue to monitor her, run tests. But -
Mr. Forbes: BUT WHAT?
Marcel: If all else fails, it can't hurt to speak to one of our in-house psychiatrists.

Chicago Med Quotes

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

Dr. Zurney

Roger, that excuse is so lame it needs crutches!