Chicago Med season 3
TV show Chicago Med season 3 keeps to highlight the days of the Chicago hospital, they do not have the right to make a mistake, because every movement predetermines someone fate. They are professionals, but they are also completely different people, with different priorities and beliefs. That’s why we see not only the work of doctors, but also the complexity of their relationship. So, Dr. Will Halstead and Dr. Natalie Manning continue to build their romantic relationship. Outstanding abilities of Dr. Connor Rhodes is tested with the appearance of a new specialist Dr. Ava Bekker. In addition, Dr. Daniel Charles recovered from injury, but did not give up his predilections. Dr. Sarah Reese did not leave the residency and did not leave Daniel Charles, because the profession is above all for her. Sharon Goodwin continues to manage Chicago Med skillfully. Doctors will continue their uninterrupted interaction with Chicago P.D. and Chicago firefighters in the next season. In addition, the personality of the characters will be better revealed in the new episodes of the season 3 Chicago Med series.
As the third season opens, the doctors of Chicago Med take their opinions to the extreme as they try to bring justice to the perpetrator in the shooting of Dr. Charles. Dr. Halstead and Dr. Manning work on a heart-wrenching case that forces them to examine their own matters of the heart. Though Robin’s brain tumor was removed and she is discharged from the rehabilitation center, Dr. Rhodes remains on edge that her problems are not quite resolved. Meanwhile, Rhodes gets blindsided by his colleague Dr. Bekkar, Maggie sticks up for a patient and Dr. Choi and April try to navigate their new working relationship.
Dr. Manning goes to extremely measures to help a fearful pregnant woman whose baby is severely underdeveloped. April is angered by Dr. Choi when he uses their personal relationship as leverage to convince a patient of a risky procedure. As Dr. Rhodes attempts to balance his personal and professional life, it appears the stress of his current situation may have caused him to make a huge mistake. Dr. Charles and Dr. Reese continue to disagree about their psych patients.
When Goodwin receives financial complaints from the hospital board, she is forced to implement new guidelines that cause headaches for the doctors. Dr. Rhodes and Ava continue to compete in the operating room, while Dr. Charles and Dr. Reese are surprised when they treat a man who has a peculiar theory about his sickness. Dr. Manning and Dr. Choi can't figure out what is wrong with a young girl, leading them to look to a questionable source for answers.
Dr. Charles learns a troubling fact about the man who shot him. Dr. Rhodes and Dr. Bekker come to an agreement during a complicated surgery. Will and Natalie are trapped by legal ethics when an unfaithful husband refuses to tell his wife about his inconclusive Zika test. Meanwhile, April and Noah discover working together isn't always easy while Goodwin continues to argue with the board over hospital costs after an avoidable patient death.
When a young woman with HIV symptoms and no insurance refuses to take the test, Goodwin and Dr. Choi attempt to treat her without taking a toll on the hospital's resources. Natalie and Will try to diagnose a young girl with increasing paralysis. Noah deals with his first death as a resident and takes it upon himself to inform the family. Sarah continues to avoid work as her fear over the hospital's security increases.
Ethan attempts to diagnose a man with no symptoms while Sarah's paranoia goes to the extreme when she uses pepper spray on an aggressive patient. Will treats a young couple willing to sacrifice anything in order to have a baby. Meanwhile, Natalie must inform a woman that she was sterilized as a young girl without knowledge, and Goodwin and Maggie devise a way to persuade paramedics to bring in more patients.
Dr. Charles feels pressure when Dr. Choi and Dr. Manning criticize his medical decision regarding an ill newborn baby. Dr. Rhodes comes to terms with his relationship issues. Goodwin helps Bert understand Lyla's sickness.
Dr. Choi struggles to help a woman cope with anorexia. After a two-week suspension, Dr. Reese is immediately put to the test upon her return by Dr. Charles. Dr. Rhodes takes a stand when one of his patients is forcibly transferred. Meanwhile, Dr. Halstead is on a mission to get Dr. Manning's son to like him.
After discovering that a patient's family might have been abusive, Dr. Choi and April contemplate calling child services. Dr. Manning and Dr. Halstead struggle to see eye to eye in guiding a family who is dealing with their premature baby. Dr. Rhodes is persuaded into preforming a risky surgery on Dr. Bekker's mentor and world renowned surgeon, Dr. Marvin Jaffrey. Meanwhile, Dr. Reese joins Dr. Charles on a visit to the Cook County jail.