Ben ignores his worsening chest pains as he cares for his patients; Wyatt and Joanne's unborn twins are in crisis.
Ben begins experiencing chest pains during stressful situations, from medical emergencies to his son belting another child with a brick.
Ben tries to get a patient on a list for a liver transplant; Brucie urges grieving parents to allow their daughter's organs to be donated.
Ben tries to diagnose Ellenor's (Camryn Manheim) pregnancy complications after she collapses at home.
A patient with a multiple personality disorder holds Max hostage; the chief's father battles lung cancer; Wyatt's wife returns with shocking news.
Boies' estranged father comes to the hospital with walking pneumonia that points to a graver condition.
Ollie's leukemia patient lands in prison, and she puts herself and the hospital at risk to keep up his treatments.
A deaf 14-year-old sees Ben for a cochlear implant, but her parents oppose the procedure; guest Marlee Matlin.
A girl jumps off the hospital roof and leaves a suicide note accusing Bruce of sexual misconduct.
An infection breaks out in the hospital; an internal investigation begins on the Porter case.
Ben tries to honor a dying man's wishes despite the son's decision.
Ben devises an experimental treatment to save an anemic patient.
Ben struggles with a bitter dowager whose blood disease is getting worse.
Ben discovers a cure for a terminally ill patient but learns that participants in the clinical trial will be selected by lottery.
A patient has a secret, and Ben realizes that it could threaten her life.
An otherwise healthy patient dies as a result of a series of medical errors.
Ben advises the mayor of Boston on whether or not to proceed with a U.S. Senate campaign despite illness.
Ben battles an uncaring HMO physician who misdiagnosed asthma in a cleaning woman.
A patient decides to treat her breast cancer with Chinese healing methods; a man seeks a cure for an embarrassing problem.
A compassionate yet demanding doctor (Andre Braugher) challenges his patients to improve their lives.