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Dr. Watermelon’s Tour of the Hospital

Welcome to Guinea Pig City Hospital! I will give you a little tour of all the hospital’s departments. I hope you have fun learning about Guinea Pig City Hospital.

 

The Hospital Reception: This is the place where patients check into the hospital and provide the necessary information that is needed for their hospital stay.

The Emergency room: All patients who require immediate care are admitted to the emergency room. It is on the first floor, past the elevators.

The Maternity Ward: All expectant guinea pigs should report here. The maternity ward is located on the third floor. All pregnant cavies should pre-register at the nurse’s station.

The Surgical Ward: This ward is run by a dedicated team of surgeons, headed by me, Dr. Watermelon. It is on the second floor, in the west wing.

The Recovery Rooms: After surgery, all patients go here to recover. They are located on the second floor, past the surgical ward. Visiting hours are from 9:30 a.m. to 8:45 p.m.

The Cafeteria: Lots of fresh vegetables and fruit are served here. Our specials are hay soup, seed sandwiches, and orange pudding. The cafeteria is located on the first floor.

Gift Shop: Many wonderful gifts are sold here. We have baby clothes, magazines, books, carrot bars, and more. The shop  is located on the first floor, next to the cafeteria.

 

When you have finished your tour of the hospital, click on Dr. Lettuce to get some healthy advice.

 

 

 


Dr. Watermelon’s Patient File

Mrs. Linda Squeaky - ultrasound to check on baby guinea pigs.

Mr. Ball – x-ray on broken arm (he broke his arm while playing basketball).

Ms. Poppy – check-up.

Mrs. Heart – x-ray on broken finger.

Ms. Purrfect – operation to remove appendix.

Mr. Squeaky – check-up.

 

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