Louis, patient and narrator: “There are many wards at Great Ormond Street Hospital, each helping children in different ways. My name is Louis and I’m going to show you around Koala Ward."
[Louis in corridor] "Come on, hurry up!”
Louis: “Koala Ward treats children with many conditions, such as epilepsy and brain tumours.
“I’ve been coming here since I was a baby because I have hydrocephalus.
“There are many beds here and the single rooms have their own bathrooms.”
[Louis speaks to Rachel, a student nurse on the ward]
Louis: “What are you doing?”
Rachel: “Hi, I’m Rachel and I’m one of the student nurses on the ward. I’m just watching the screen to make sure all the children are OK.”
Louis: “Is it hard working here as a nurse?”
Rachel: “ No, not at all because we get to work with lovely children and their families and it makes it all worth it.”
[Louis gives a high five to Wilson, Housekeeper on the ward]
Wilson: “Hi Louis.”
Louis: “Hi Wilson.
“That’s Wilson, he sorts the food out in the ward.”
“This (parents beverage bay) is where families can have some peace and quiet and a cup of tea.”
[Louis playing in the playroom]
“I love it in the playroom best of all.
“You can find Koala Ward on level 5 of the Morgan Stanley Clinical Building, part of the Mittal Children’s Medical Centre.”