What happens in the treatment room?

A treatment room is a place in the hospital where your child receives medical care. It can be a place for tests, treatments, or procedures. It can also be a place for you to get information and support.

The treatment room is usually near your child’s hospital room. This helps your child feel safe in their hospital room. Your child’s healthcare team will work with you to make sure your child is comfortable and safe during their stay in the hospital.

This is where healthcare providers can test your child’s blood, insert an IV (small tube that goes into a vein), place a feeding tube, or change a bandage. This helps your child feel safe in their hospital room, as they are receiving the care they need.

It can be a scary place for a child, as they may not understand what is happening. But the staff in the treatment room are there to help and support your child through their hospital stay. They will explain what is happening and answer any questions you or your child may have.

The treatment room is a vital part of the hospital, and the staff who work there are dedicated to providing the best possible care for your child.