Written by on May 21, 2018

Press Release:

For over 20 years the Teddy Bear & Doll Clinic has provided an innovative, hands-on opportunity to educate young children about what it’s like to visit a heath care professional when they’re sick or hurt—and to serve as a healthy reminder that there is nothing to fear.

Over 200 children will transform their favorite doll or stuffed animal into a “patient”, and take them through various hospital stations, resembling areas such as: registration, stitching, x-ray, respiratory therapy, emergency, laboratory services, and nutrition. Children will also get the opportunity to meet a life-sized Doc McStuffins, and explore an ambulance.

WHEN: Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Session 1: 9:00am – 11:00am
Session 2: Noon – 1:30pm

WHERE: United Memorial Medical Center
Cary Hall Auditorium
211 East Main Street, Batavia

WHO: The Teddy Bear and Doll Clinic is scheduled with pre-registered preschoolers, kindergarteners, and first graders and open to the public Noon-1:30pm.

MORE: The following are recognized for making this event possible: UMMC Healthy Living, Health Careers Academy, Mercy EMS, and UMMC volunteers.

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