Heading to the hospital might not be everyone’s idea of a good time, but it looks as though some kids are about to get a whole new way to arrive at surgery thanks to one hospital’s idea.
A New Idea
The Doctors Medical Center in California is like many hospitals across the nation. They have many patients come and go every day and are committed to providing the best care they can for all of their patients – no matter their size. Sadly, surgery can be a stressful time for many of us, especially youngsters. It appears as though kids at this hospital might not have to worry as much any more thanks to a new addition.
Cruising In Style
The hospital now gives any surgery patient between 2 and 7 years old the choice of how they arrive. Sure, they can walk there with their parents, or they can roll up to the doors in one of the mini cars on offer. Yes, the doctors want to take away the stress of heading under the knife by letting these little ones arrive in style.
All The Bonuses
Thankfully, there are a number of options for any young patients at this hospital. They can choose between a black Mercedes or a pink VW beetle, but it doesn’t end there. The cars also come with a built-in stereo meaning patients can listen to whatever music they like as they drive through the corridors. Doctors say this helps relieve any stress from the kids and their parents before their operations.
The Love Of The Internet
It wasn’t long before people from all across the internet came together to show their love for the hospital and their brand new idea. Not only do people want to have their next surgery at the hospital, but others hope this could be an inspiration for others who have younger patients going through tough times. It might not be long before this idea spreads far and wide.
While heading to the operating room can be a stressful time for many, it looks as though these little ones might soon find that their minds are on something else entirely thanks to arriving in the best way possible. Who wouldn’t want their own set of wheels before their surgery?