During the outbreak of emerging infectious diseases, media coverage and medical resource play important roles in affecting the disease transmission. To investigate the effects of the saturation of media coverage and limited medical resources, we proposed a mathematical model with extra compartment of media coverage and two nonlinear functions. We theoretically obtained that saturated recovery significantly contributes the occurrence of backward bifurcation and rich dynamics. Then it is reasonable to only considering nonlinear recovery, we theoretically showed that backward bifurcation can occur and multiple equilibria may coexist under certain conditions in this case. And numerical simulations reveals the rich dynamic behaviors, including forward-backward bifurcation, Hopf bifurcation, Saddle-Node bifurcation, Homoclinic bifurcation and unstable limit cycle. Comparing the system with linear recovery, where the threshold dynamic are almost completely characterized by a threshold condition called the basic reproduction number, we concluded that only saturated media impact hardly induces the complicated dynamics, while the nonlinear recovery function, associated with limitation of medical resources, may induce the coexistence of the disease-free equilibrium (DFE) and a endemic state or multiple endemic states, which means that the limitation of medical resources causes much difficulties in eliminating the infectious diseases.