Michael and E-Mo butt heads over treating a patient who has a brain tumor. Meanwhile, a teenage girl abandons her newborn soon after giving birth at the clinic
Michael’s clinic colleagues rush to operate on him after he exhibits signs of a dire condition requiring immediate medical attention.
The heinous criminal actions of a brain-tumor patient (John Benjamin Hickey) weigh on Michael as he makes a choice about saving the man’s life. Meanwhile, a seemingly disoriented female firefighter (Mamie Gummer) is examined at Holt Neuro.
Michael is surprised to see an ex-football star whom he once treated now getting help at the clinic because he’s homeless. Meanwhile, Michael deals with a case of post-traumatic stress disorder at his practice.
A neuropsychiatrist (Eriq La Salle) impresses Michael by diagnosing a patient based on her body language, so Michael invites him to join his practice. Meanwhile, Michael faces a situation with a patient that could jeopardize his practice.
Michael operates on a woman with brain lesions even though he doesn’t know the root of the problem. Meanwhile, a new doctor must be found to run Anna’s clinic
Michael tries to help his pregnant friend who has a brain tumor, while also treating a young boy with sickle-cell anemia at Anna’s old clinic.
In the series premiere of this drama, a top-notch neurosurgeon (Patrick Wilson) begins receiving visits from the ghost of his ex-wife (Jennifer Ehle), who teaches him what’s important in life. Shortly after her first visit, she asks him to help out at a low-income clinic where she worked.