Keep pressure on his wound.
Keep going, guys. Go ahead with the chest. Thank you.
Miss Lewis, you know you're not supposed to be in here.
When did they check you in, last night?
It's not my birthday, Miss Lewis. It's not my birthday.
Would you mind, please, showing Miss Lewis where her breakfast tray is?
- I'd be glad to. - Thank you so much.
Travis... do you know who was on last night?
- What the hell did they give her? - I'm not sure. I could check for you.
- Right. - Morning meeting's at 10:00.
- Yeah. Who's in it? - Dr. Morgan's here and...
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa
Let me out of here Get me out of this place
What the hell am I doing on this thing? I don't like this
Says she's hearing things that aren't there. Threatening to kill herself.
All right, Miss Russell, I need you to try to calm down.
- You're not thinking too clearly. - I am thinking perfectly clearly
She is bleeding everywhere
I'm sorry, Darcy. This is an emergency psychiatric ward.
We can only keep patients for a short amount of time,
when they're going through an acute mental crisis,
and then we have to discharge them.
I don't wanna go home.
How are we doing, Anne?
What do you think about this guy in three?
Is he calm? I was thinking about taking the restraints off.
Er... I wouldn't yet. He's been asleep all morning.
I say we wait till the drugs wear off
or he'll try to pull his fingernails off again.
Don't tell me anything I know you do not know me. No
Kevin Burke is back. Should we restrain him?
No, don't do that. He's not a danger.
OK, buzz me in.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no
No Don't... Do not...
You can't... you...
Dr. Graham, there's a suicide over at Metro Hospital morgue.
Do you have time to run over there and do an examination today?
Sure, no problem.
'That ends the rally for the inning.
'Three hits, one run, no men left on base.
'After eight, we're still tied at two...'
- You don't know? - No, I don't know
Can I help you?
Dr. Edward Graham, medical examiner's office.
Here to examine the John Doe suicide reported last night.
That's actually what we were discussing.
We have a problem.
Good morning, Mr. Alan. How you doing? Brought you some breakfast.
Need to check your vitals, though, and then you can eat everything that you want.
Let me see here...
Hello? When were you assigned to this room?
Let's just get you up here. Let's get you to sit up.
Yeah, there you go. Good.
Can you hear me?
I'm gonna go get some help.
Good morning. Well...
- You found him here like this? - Yes.
Can you hear me?
Do you know where you are, sir?
I don't know, his lungs are clear, his rhythm's good.
Maybe he's off his meds. Look, put a gown on him, call Psych...
I've a good candidate for residential treatment.
- Who's this for? - Patient is Kevin Burke.
He has a history of meth abuse, depression. I've seen him a few times over the years.
I think he's got a good shot at getting clean this time, though. I really do.
It says here that we already gave him a shot last year.
- Yes. - And he walked out after a few days.
But this is a window and we should take it, I'm telling you.
Daniel, when they walk out like that,
the hospital ends up paying for the entire 30 days.
Sarah, this is different. This man had a significant break. Kevin is ready.
Tell me, where is Kevin Burke right now?
Did you already admit him into our unit?
- Of course I did. - Of course you did.
- It's temporary, Sarah, till we can... - Of course you did Jesus
- Get him into residential... - Jesus, Daniel
- Is he a danger to himself or others? - I put him on hold...
Is he a danger to himself or others?
To look at our case load, you'd think we're running a drug rehab program.
The floor's admittance rate has gotten out of control.
Do you even know what we do here? We're the ones who provide the drugs.
- The danger's not treating the patients - Daniel...
There's only one thing you can do here and that's get them a minute of clarity...
We have gone over this, Daniel...
I know I can help, and you won't let me do that.
You're being way too comfortable with me right now.
I was gonna wait to tell you this.
For the time being, anyone admitted into our unit needs to be first approved by me.
- Are you kidding? - No, I'm not.
So, you're gonna personally supervise every consult now?
No... Just you.
- Hey, Doc? - Huh?
Eval 1. John Doe.
Nobody has any idea where he came from?
That seems to be the case.
How's that even possible?
Hi, I'm Dr. Forrester.
Do you know where you are?
Can you hear me?
You know what's gonna happen if we don't take him?
Medicine's gonna put him in a corner and forget about him.
You can't think about that around here.
Sorry, what's that?
I'm sorry. Say that again, please.
Mm-hmm. How'd that make you feel?
Yeah, I imagine so. Did you hear that?
- What? - He spoke.
- He did? - Mm-hmm.
He says he's suffering from depression, suicidal thoughts,
he's threatening self-harm.
Isn't that what you heard?
This man is an absolute danger to himself. I'm admitting him on a 5150.
See if you can get neurological labs from next door.
All the papen/vork on this one goes through me.
Whatever you say, Doc.
'Northeast Precinct, how may I help you?'
- Detective Lawson, please. - 'One moment.'
'Dr. Jones to Room 226, please.
I'm gonna take a picture of you now, alright?
Let's get him back
Just hold on. Everybody hold on. Guys, guys. Here we go.
Don't worry about these guys. They're not gonna do anything, OK?
Now, I have to give you an injection.
It's for your benefit, I promise you that. It's gonna make you feel a whole lot better.
It's a medicine, it's called benzodiazepine.