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AdventHealth Opens “Doctor’s Office” Exhibit at London Children’s Museum

The London Children's Museum proudly announced its opening on Saturday, July 1. After six months of dedicated work, the museum is now ready to provide an engaging and educational experience for children and families in the community.

One of the museum's highlights is the AdventHealth "Doctor's Office" exhibit, located at the entrance of the building. AdventHealth collaborated with the London Children's Museum to create an interactive and immersive experience for young visitors.

Upon entering the "Doctor's Office" exhibit, children are invited to play the role of a doctor. They can dress up in lab coats and stethoscopes provided at the exhibit, fully immersing themselves in the experience. Before proceeding to the life-sized examination beds, children can grab a clipboard and document their height, weight, temperature, and other vital signs to mimic a real doctor's office experience.

The exhibit features a captivating 14-feet-wide by 10-feet-tall mural with a giraffe to measure height, an eye examination chart, and fascinating facts about the human body, such as the number of bones it contains. Additionally, the exhibit includes various medical props, including crutches, scales, a medical station, an X-ray viewer, and a doctor's office playset, enhancing the authenticity of the experience.

"We're thrilled to be part of the London Children's Museum and to contribute to the development of children in our community," said Sissel Jacob, CEO and President of AdventHealth Manchester.

The London Children's Museum aims to provide a space where children can learn, play, and explore the world around them in a safe and interactive environment. With the inclusion of the AdventHealth "Doctor's Office" exhibit, children can develop an understanding of healthcare and foster an interest in medical sciences from an early age.