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Critical Care

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Title :
Critical Care
Series :
Rating :
4
Overall Ep :
151
First Aired :
1 Nov 2000
Stardate :
Unknown
Director :
Year :
Writers :
Season Ep :
7 x 05
Main Cast :
Guest Cast :
YATI :
The EMH is supposed to be qualified to do away missions, so why doesn't he have any problem with breaking the prime directive?
Great Moment :
Janeway's pretence that Tuvok was her boyfriend.
Body Count :
One that we know of, possibly more in the background.
Factoid :
Larry Drake, who plays Administrator Chellick, also starred on LA Law - as have several other Star Trek guest stars.

Plotline

The EMH is stolen by a visiting alien and sold to the administrator of a planet so short of resources that all medical care is strictly rationed according to an individual's importance to society. Horrified, he attempts to bend the rules to help patients who might otherwise die - but with the bureaucracy determined to stamp out such actions, just how far is he willing to go for his patients?
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