S3, EP8 "Catch"
Max is forced to examine the inequities in child labor for women of color; Bloom must deal with an overcrowded ED; Sharpe helps Dr. Agnes Kao with a gut-wrenching diagnosis; Reynolds finds himself experiencing something new on the job.
S3, EP7 "The Legend of Howie Cournemeyer"
It's National HIV Testing Day and Max has offered free care to all HIV+ patients who come to New Amsterdam; Bloom and Reynolds butt heads over their opposing bedside manners; Iggy eagerly awaits the return of a friend; Sharpe makes a discovery.
S3, EP6 "Why Not Yesterday"
Max is on a mission to fix systemic racism at New Amsterdam; Bloom treats a patient who reminds her things aren't as they seem; Sharpe is overwhelmed while tending to a family matter; Reynolds tries to keep his composure while treating a dad and son.
S3, EP5 "Blood, Sweat & Tears"
When Sharpe notices the hospital's blood supply is running dangerously low, Max concocts a plan to get New Amsterdam out of trouble; Reynolds realizes he has a thing or two to learn from Bloom while making peace with his new position.
S3, EP4 "This Is All I Need"
Max journeys to Connecticut to bring Luna back to New York but second-guesses his instincts when he sees her with her grandparents; Bloom takes action to ensure her staff feels safe at work while Reynolds takes a backseat in the cardiac unit.
S3, EP3 "Safe Enough"
Max resists an idea that could bring New Amsterdam more revenue; Iggy pushes back on the new telemedicine system; Sharpe uncovers a startling trend while treating a beloved former patient.
S3, EP2 "Essential Workers"
Max is forced to face the heartbreaking consequences of one of his policies; Bloom comes to a startling realization about Iggy.
S3, EP1 "The New Normal"
New Amsterdam is still reeling from the pandemic as a plane crash lands in the East River; when investigators come to interrogate the flight crew, Iggy fights against the clock to help the pilot uncover the truth; Max tracks down scarce medication.