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An open door blocks Callie's gurney, allowing Arizona to race forward. The doctors then go into Wallace's room, where he climbs into his bed. He has short gut syndrome and has been in the hospital for seven months, in and out for the past two years.

Callie instructs a nurse to get another OR prepped. The baby has been delivered and Derek prepares to operate on Laura as Arizona and Alex tend to her newborn. Percy continues that he's had 15 intestinal surgeries to date plus a bowel-lengthening procedure, which helped, but now he's on TPN.

There’s someone’s mom, someone’s dad, someone’s kid.

Responsible for whether or not that child survives, has a future. They say the bigger your investment, the bigger your return. A generous donation is offered to Seattle Grace by the parents of Arizona's 10-year-old patient.

Arizona startles awake and hopes the pager beeping isn't hers.

She finds it on the dresser and determines that it's Callie's.

Callie and Arizona walk into the hospital together and meet up with Owen.

Arizona and Callie are sleeping when a pager goes off.The baby's in distress and Alex is doing an ultrasound. Callie says she'd like to see how Hillary fares before she goes back in to repair another fracture.Arizona has him move the wand up and says the baby's brain his hemorrhaging, so they need to do a crash c-section while she has her brain surgery. There's only one OR prepped at that time of the night, so they fight over who needs it more. She then leads the doctors into the ward, where 10-year-old Wallace Anderson is examining Hillary Boyd. Boyd says he reminds her of Hillary when she was that age. Arizona asks for the proper dose of a medication and then has Wallace do the math to figure out the proper dose for Hillary.Alex comes up next to Arizona, who tells him there was more bleeding overnight. She orders an MRI and instructs him to page her if the baby becomes bradycardic or has apneic spells. Reed approaches Alex and gives him his labs, which she picked up for him. He settles in and she chants, "Bad dreams, bad dreams, go away.Then she asks him if he's okay and admits that she overheard his conversation. He still wants to go on rounds, but Arizona tells him to rest and he can go for evening rounds instead. Good dreams, good dreams, here to stay." three times.

Arizona and Callie are sleeping when a pager goes off.The baby's in distress and Alex is doing an ultrasound. Callie says she'd like to see how Hillary fares before she goes back in to repair another fracture.Arizona has him move the wand up and says the baby's brain his hemorrhaging, so they need to do a crash c-section while she has her brain surgery. There's only one OR prepped at that time of the night, so they fight over who needs it more. She then leads the doctors into the ward, where 10-year-old Wallace Anderson is examining Hillary Boyd. Boyd says he reminds her of Hillary when she was that age. Arizona asks for the proper dose of a medication and then has Wallace do the math to figure out the proper dose for Hillary.Alex comes up next to Arizona, who tells him there was more bleeding overnight. She orders an MRI and instructs him to page her if the baby becomes bradycardic or has apneic spells. Reed approaches Alex and gives him his labs, which she picked up for him. He settles in and she chants, "Bad dreams, bad dreams, go away.Then she asks him if he's okay and admits that she overheard his conversation. He still wants to go on rounds, but Arizona tells him to rest and he can go for evening rounds instead. Good dreams, good dreams, here to stay." three times.Arizona says that birthdays are just like any other day. Bailey asks what hers is in for and Arizona explains that she had a stroke and was delivered 10 weeks premature.