I'll tell you Where the Heart Is: IN MY PANTS! (tm Bryan)
Chen stomps into the lounge, where Robert "Rocket" Romano is pouring himself a cup of coffee. "Hello, Jing," he says. "Oh, it's Jing-Mei," she replies angrily. As she gets a carton of milk out of the fridge, he notes that she seems upset, and asks if somebody died. She tells him County should be screening infants for rare metabolic disorders. He asks what she's talking about, and she tells him about Kenny, adding that a twenty-five dollar test administered when he was born could have prevented the seizure he sustained today. Romano says that if County tested for every metabolic disorder, they'd "be spending millions of dollars to identify a tiny handful of kids." He strides out of the lounge, and she races after him to say that if she'd known what Kenny had, she would have treated him differently, and might have been able to stop the seizure more quickly. He flippantly tells her not to blame herself: "It's all a question of allocation of precious resources. We have to draw the line somewhere" Chen says, again, that they should offer the test, and Romano says, again, that the hospital can't afford it. She invites him to explain that to Kenny's family: "They're in the PICU, waiting to see if their son comes out of a coma." She stomps off, and he watches her go with a shrug. Oh, women.
In the ambulance bay, various personnel help unload vomiting patients from Doris's rig. Carter catches Dr. Dave to tell him there's a father/daughter MVA coming in and asks Dr. Dave to help him with it. Doris asks Mr. Barclay to come inside. He asks her if he's going to get his wound check. "Oh, yeah, you're gonna get your wound check," she assures him. Hee!
Dr. Dave and Carter lift the car-accident victims out of the next ambulance. The paramedic says that the car was rear-ended at a red light, and that the six-year-old girl, who was restrained in the back seat, now complains of neck pain. Car Crash Girl says that she wants to stay with her dad, but Carter tells her that Dr. Dave will take good care of her. The driver comes out next; he didn't have his seatbelt on and banged his knee into the dashboard, in addition to sustaining a facial laceration. Carter asks whether his wife has been informed, but the paramedic says that they're divorced; the ex-wife lives in Pittsburgh, and the daughter is visiting for two weeks. Carter assesses a dislocated knee, which Car Crash Dad says "hurts like you wouldn't believe." Carter asks Lisa whether she's ever reduced a patella, and when she says no, tells her, "Well, you will now."