This case involves a female patient who presented to the emergency room complaining of chest pain and was admitted for a cardiovascular workup. The patient was found to have elevated troponin and uncontrolled hypertension, however her other cardiology tests came back relatively normal. She was discharged with instructions pertaining to the treatment and management of suspected bronchitis. In addition, she was not provided any prescriptions related to hypertension or put on anti-clotting medication. The patient was killed by a massive heart attack just two weeks after being discharged from the hospital.