It's the hospital's 50th anniversary. Morrison has a patient whom he has trouble diagnosing. And we take a look at some the things that took place at the hospital over the years. Like in 1936 when the hospital first opened, Father Joseph McCabe, the founder and administrator, dealing with the archdiocese over some of his practices. In 1966 when Helen, newly arrived from England starts at the hospital and she helps with Morrison's patient who overdosed on LSD. And Craig being offered the Chief of Surgery after being passed over at Boston General and not getting the compensation he thinks he deserves. And in 1975 when Westphall's wife is in a car accident, he struggles with whether to keep her life support. Written by
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