We need to have a physician running Chastain, not an MBA.


The higher we rise in this world, the more little people want to bring us down.


Eileen Jacoby: The world needs more doctors like you, which is why I have decided to go back to teaching.
Conrad: That sounds like a perfect way let go of the past ... live forward with purpose
Eileen Jacoby: And forgive ourselves. You've lost someone as well recently? Then you need to live forward, too.

Eileen Jacoby: I'm a silly old woman getting emotional over a machine.
Mina: I am very emotional about machines. People, not so much. Thank you.
Eileen Jacoby: Oh, my dear, fixing it was nothing.
Mina: No, for being my hero.

Dr. Silva, another tour of duty or another hospital. That's your future. The board will be revoking your privileges at Chastain.


The only thing any of us can hope for is that the good we do outweighs the harm.


Bell: What's going on?
Jude: Hey, how many people have to die before you turn in your scrubs, huh? Doesn't matter how great you were, it's how great you are here and now. You don't have it anymore. It's time to retire.
Bell: How dare you!

Claire: Dr. Bell's surgery went well?
Doctor: Well, the patient survived.
Claire: Am I missing something? Were you expecting a different outcome?

I am a nurse, not an assassin. If you don't trust me, you can leave Chastain, but if you put your hands on me again, I will have you arrested.


Nic: One question.
Devon: Why would Lane agree to this autopsy?

Bell: Hey Arthur, I need to talk to you about my friend with the tremor.
Arthur: Enough. Let's be honest with each other. We both know your friend is you.

He's punishing himself. He'll keep walking on it until if snaps.


The Resident Quotes

Conrad: Everything you thought you knew about medicine is wrong. All the rules you followed will break. I have only one rule, it covers everything. I'm never wrong. You do whatever the hell I tell you, no questions asked.
Devon: Do you want me to speak now?
Conrad: That's a question.

Bell: I'm Chief of Surgery, and it's the end of a 30-hour shift. What did you see?
Doctor: We're all on the same side here. Maybe he had a heart attack.