1,575 votes
Chicago Med

Chicago Med

NBC 2015

An emotional thrill ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city's most explosive hospital and the courageous team of doctors who hold it together. They will tackle unique new cases inspired by topical events, forging fiery relationships in the pulse-pounding pandemonium of the emergency room.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Chicago Med

Chicago Med - S2E23

#1 - Love Hurts


Season 2 - Episode 23

A new hotshot doctor arrives at Chicago Med causing competition for Dr. Rhodes, Dr. Halstead and Dr. Manning work together to diagnose a Syrian refugee without a medical record. When Robin is admitted back into the hospital for more complications, Dr. Reese takes a different approach to her treatment. Distracted from work because of Robin's worsening case, Dr. Charles is challenged by Goodwin and Noah hosts a graduation party that brings everyone together.

The episode was rated from 1618 votes.

Chicago Med - S3E18

#2 - This Is Now


Season 3 - Episode 18

After a shooting occurs during a block party, the staff is overrun with victims; Dr. Choi devises a new mass casualty plan; Dr. Manning struggles to stay focused when she realizes her son and nanny might have been at the scene.

The episode was rated from 843 votes.

Chicago Med - S5E4

#3 - Infection, Part II (II)


Season 5 - Episode 4

Dr. Manning's actions with a recent patient lead to serious repercussions. April and Noah disagree over a patient who is injured after a beating. Dr. Charles is visited by a childhood friend with a surprising revelation. The crossover starts on Chicago Fire S08E04 Infection (I). It continues on Chicago PD S07E04 Infection, Part III (III).

The episode was rated from 817 votes.

Chicago Med - S2E22

#4 - White Butterflies


Season 2 - Episode 22

Dr. Rhodes challenges Dr. Charles and other hospital staff over the proper treatment for Robin. Dr. Manning seeks help from Det. Halstead when a sensitive case involving a young girl turns into a crime. Dr. Choi and April work together on a conflicting case. Meanwhile, Goodwin helps a friend in distress and, after eagerly awaiting, the doctors are surprised to learn who the new med resident is.

The episode was rated from 1581 votes.

Chicago Med - S4E19

#5 - Never Let You Go


Season 4 - Episode 19

The hospital goes into lockdown mode when a man with a gun holds medical staff hostage. Goodwin is forced to make a tough decision. Dr. Rhodes begins to realize his time with his father is getting short.

The episode was rated from 678 votes.

Chicago Med - S4E22
#6 - With a Brave Heart
Season 4 - Episode 22

Dr. Charles and Caroline set some major plans. Ava fights to keep her relationship with Connor. Agent Lee informs Will of news that may put his life in danger.

The episode was rated from 668 votes.
Chicago Med - S1E18
#7 - Timing
Season 1 - Episode 18

Dr. Rhodes treats his mentor and Goodman faces personal issues in the Season 1 finale. Also: April deals with a disorderly patient; Dr. Manning's past catches up with her; and Sarah's graduation day arrives, but she remains conflicted about her future.

The episode was rated from 1284 votes.
Chicago Med - S5E1
#8 - Never Going Back to Normal
Season 5 - Episode 1

Will and Natalie battle for their lives after a car accident. An investigation is launched following the suspicious death of Cornelius Rhodes. Maggie receives life-changing news. Dr. Charles cuts his honeymoon short to tend to a patient.

The episode was rated from 721 votes.
Chicago Med - S2E14
#9 - Cold Front
Season 2 - Episode 14

Chicago Med braces for an influx of trauma patients when a pre-dawn pileup finds the hospital in full scramble mode. As a result of the storm and emergencies, supplies become limited and Goodwin, Dr. Manning and Dr. Halstead must deal with making an impossible decision. Meanwhile, Dr. Choi handles a severely burned patient who has one final request and Dr. Charles deals with an agitated patient.

The episode was rated from 1544 votes.
Chicago Med - S2E17
#10 - Monday Mourning
Season 2 - Episode 17

A suicide shakes the staff. Dr. Choi and Dr. Halstead face off over how to treat a patient with stroke symptoms. Family turmoil unfolds when a boy is treated after falling in a river. The importance of learning from mistakes is emphasized to Dr. Reese.

The episode was rated from 1622 votes.

Last updated: may 22, 2022



Wohoo can't wait for this addition to the Chicago Fam.!!! Love all the spinoffs and crossovers between Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, and now Chicago Med!


Maybe I'm just spoiled by ER, but I can't get behind this show. It's on my "watch at 2x speed" list because I like Chicago Fire and can do more than tolerate Chicago P.D. I think it's that I don't like "shiny" medical shows. It's polish and staging for a place that's supposed to busy, bleak, and dramatic without the weak redundant kinds of plots and arguments between the doctors and administration. All of the Chicago shows dip into soapy scenarios, but Med feels the most inauthentic. I still can't bring myself to remembering the character names (as opposed to one time nailing without hesitation a Sporcle quiz related to ER's...for context) Given that I rarely have adequate words to critique "acting" as the general catch-all for appearing on screen, perhaps there's something lacking there as well in me being unable to parse out true personalities. Watching dreary-eyed white coats have the same fight over and over won't do it for me.


I enjoyed the first few seasons, but it seemed like a very similar formula to every episode. To be fair, I haven't watched since the middle of season 4 because of my issues, so maybe it changed. It seems, to me, that every episode has two things. First, a doctor who won't stop whatever life saving measures they're doing, even after everyone else in the room has stepped back knowing it's too late, looking at that doctor with sad or confused looks. Second, someone else (doctor, nurse, administrator) going too far for a patient, either breaking hospital rules, or breaking "DNR" orders (I swear the DNR thing happens at least 4 times per season). I like some of the characters and actors, but I can't get over feeling like everybody breaks the rules when it suits them, then turns around and gets mad at someone else for doing the same thing, as if they hadn't just done it themselves the week before.


One of my favourite series. Good storytelling, Oliver Platt with very good acting. I also like the Chicago Fire // Chicago PD cross over.


The character's traits positive and negative are exaggerated. Love the show


It is a great show but doctor Becker’s accent just does my head in


I have mixed feelings about this show. I really liked the inclusion of medical students as main characters. Each episode was interesting and the relationship drama among the characters kept me engaged. It’s difficult to pinpoint why parts of it bothered me. I think it can be borderline laughably unrealistic and dramatic at times, which drew me away. It was entertaining though and I finished it really quickly.

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