Real English Conversation - 65 : Kids hospital
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Amanda: Hi, my child is not feeling well.
Receptionist: Don't worry, we'll take care of your child. What are the symptoms?
Amanda: Is my child going to be okay?
Doctor: We need to examine your child first, but we'll do everything we can to make them feel better.
Amanda: How long will it take to see a doctor?
Receptionist: We're doing our best to see patients as quickly as possible. It shouldn't be too long.
Amanda: Can I stay with my child during the examination?
Nurse: Yes, of course. We encourage parents to stay with their children.
Amanda: Are there any restrictions for visitors?
Receptionist: Yes, we have some restrictions in place due to COVID-19. Please make sure to wear a mask and follow all of our safety protocols.
Amanda: How long will my child have to stay in the hospital?
Doctor: It depends on the severity of their illness. We'll keep you updated on their progress.
Amanda: Will my child need any medication?
Doctor: It's possible, depending on the diagnosis. We'll discuss all treatment options with you.
Amanda: Can I speak to a social worker or counselor?
Receptionist: Yes, we have staff available to provide emotional support for families.
Amanda: What can I do to help my child feel more comfortable?
Nurse: You can bring your child's favorite blanket or toy from home to make them feel more at ease.
Amanda: Thank you for taking care of my child.
Doctor: It's our pleasure. We're here to provide the best care possible for your child.
How long will Amanda's child have to stay in the hospital?
Can Amanda stay with her child during the examination?
Does the hospital have any restrictions in place for visitors?
Can Amanda speak to a social worker or counselor for emotional support?
What should Amanda bring to the hospital to help her child feel more comfortable?