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    Hospital Stuff
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    I was watching one of those medical soap opera thingys and I was also looking at Charming and a few St. Mungo's/Hogsmeade Hospital questions suddenly popped into my head and I was wondering if anyone had suggestions/answers!
    1. Muggles being injured. Obviously if muggles are injured by magical means, they can't just be shipped off to a muggle hospital to be handled. They'd have to be handled by magical personnel. Would there be a specific place or ward where muggles would be treated? Would they be treated regularly and then obliviated? How would their families be notified as to not cause any suspicion? Would they be obliviated, too?
    2. Nurses. The Irvingly Infirmary has nurses, so would St. Mungo's and Hogsmeade Hospital have them, too? It seems weird that healers would take care of all the mundane tasks + simple medical tests that nurses do in the muggle world, so I'd think the magical hospitals would have them too?


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    1. I'd say they'd be treated in the ward responsible for their type of injury. So if they were hit by a stray hex, Spell Damage would take care of them. If they were attacked by an acromantula, the Creatures one. Once they were treated, I assume that they would be obliviated. As for their families, I assume that the Ministry would do some kind of fake memory charm on them. Charm them so they think that Dad is off on a business trip. Or maybe that they'd actually sick and bedridden. They could think their family member is at home, even though they're not. And then, when it's all over, they can be obliviated.

    2. I think that's what interns are for. Also, the Infirmary is supposed to be more muggle esque than the hospitals. I always imagined magical medicine as going to a medieval esque kind of herb healer, if that makes sense? I don't think they'd do blood and urine tests and vaccines and things. xD They'd just go to Caspar, for example, he'd give them the cure, then maybe rest.
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    Agreed w/ what Soph said about the obliviators and the interns!

    We also have mediwizards who sort of fill that role! I've had trouble in the past with injuries that don't really fit into a specific department--like Lock got hit in the head with a bludger and passed out, where does he go? He goes to the mediwizards, who handle the sorts of things first responders do, trauma, etc etc. Everything you don't specifically need a magical healer for.

    EDIT: OH also when it was relevant for me IC, Kayte and I talked about this and I think we decided there might be like a 'trauma ward' or something, which would be primarily staffed by mediwizards with rotating oversight from one of the real healers. I think. Don't quote me, maybe Kayte remembers better xD
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