A usually eventful day or two at the ER includes admittance of an old man who has flashbacks of the hospital ER as it was 40 years before. His caretaker arrives and turns out to be a former ER staff member. Meanwhile a mother dying of cancer is given some tests after the old man indicates he thinks she has been mis-diagnosed. Sam's sister Kelly visits and tries to get Sam to agree to take on the care of their sick mother. A man who has lived most of his life in an iron lung needs an operation and a poor epileptic woman is brought in after shoplifting.
Ron Kerrigan <email@example.com>
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[Dr. Oliver Kostin, the doctor who founded the County ER, is now a patient
Dr. David Morgenstern
I was pre-med, volunteering at the hospital when they made him chief in '68. Back then, the ER was a glorified walk-in clinic, where you were seen by unsupervised interns, and residents with no training. And the community ERs were even worse. Staffed by moonlighting dermatologists and psychiatrists, or drunks who'd been banned from private practice. There was no 911, no paramedics, and if you needed an ambulance, you ...
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