The Heart Attack Grill, a hospital themed restaurant in Las Vegas, had a second patron fall ill on Saturday night, KARE 11 reported.
Jon Basso, the owner of the restaurant, told KVVU that the woman was smoking, drinking and eating before she had a medical episode Saturday.
It is unclear whether she fell unconscious because of the food.
The woman was wheeled out of the restaurant by paramedics and her condition is not known, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The Heart Attack Grill features a hospital theme, with waitresses in nurses costumes and "Flatliner" fries cooked in lard and "Quadruple Bypass Burger" which can top 10,000 calories.
This incident was the second this year after a man was wheeled out of the restaurant by paramedics in February.