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  • stop is in met some amazing families.

  • And now I'm so excited for you to meet two of my newest friends who work in a hospital just like my mom, Dr Myisha Taylor and Nurse Markley.

  • Hi.

  • God.

  • Hi, everybody.

  • How are things at your clinic?

  • Great.

  • We've been learning all about healthy habits.

  • That's amazing.

  • Mark and I teach healthy habits to our patients every day.

  • It's our job to give them checkups and to get them better as soon as they can.

  • Speaking of checkups, I think I know what time it is.

  • Time for your check up.

  • Time for your check.

  • I'm gonna check your ears.

  • Check your eyes.

  • Find out how much you grow.

  • I'm gonna listen to your heartbeat.

  • Fix you up.

  • Ready, Thio?

  • Time for your check up.

  • It's okay if you keep down this way.

  • Take them time.

  • You check out.

  • Thank you.

  • Check.

  • E.

  • I love that song.

  • Me too.

  • So I have a few questions for you.

  • Can we do a quick checkup?

  • Sure can.

  • Absolutely.

  • Great.

  • What's the first thing you do when you see a patient?

  • Well, Doc, the first thing that we do when we need a new patient is we wash our hands.

  • You want to make sure that your hands are sparkling clean and germ free.

  • We did that earlier.

  • That's wonderful.

  • And also to make sure you put on a mask and wear gloves so that you stay healthy for all of your patients.

  • You mean like this?

  • Absolutely.

  • That reminds me of when my friend Stanley needed surgery and we all wore masks.

  • Okay, here we go.

  • Let's get him prepped.

  • Yeah.

  • Way to follow the rules, dog.

  • Was it serious?

  • Well, he had a broken heart, so I'd say so.

  • But we helped him get better.

  • I'll show you his her feet.

  • Sounds strange.

  • I think we better open him up.

  • Screwdriver.

  • Look at that.

  • With a broken heart.

  • He couldn't let anyone love him.

  • Let's get it fixed.

  • Pace, please.

  • Halle.

  • Once the paste dries, his heart will be good as new.

  • My heart must be working again.

  • Thanks, Doc.

  • You're an amazing kid, and you're an amazing toy.

  • Wow, Doc, You did an excellent job, and it looks like you had some great helping hands to thanks.

  • Couldn't have done it without him.

  • And it's super important to keep germs from passing between you and the patient.

  • A face mask helps prevent germs from hitching a ride on a cough or sneeze and escaping into the air.

  • We gotta keep our germs to ourselves, right, Doc?

  • That's right, Doc.

  • Okay, Next question.

  • What's your most favorite thing about your job?

  • That's easy.

  • I love to help make Children feel better.

  • It's why I come to work every day, that's for sure.

  • I also love the day that my patients get to go home when I see them laughing and smiling and ready to play again.

  • I know that my work here is done.

  • Me too.

  • That's the best part.

  • My patients even thing about it.

  • He's all better Stuffy.

  • Yes.

  • Oh, yes, yes, he's better.

  • He feels better.

  • So much better.

  • Thank you, God, for taking I without you The way he didn't feel so good.

  • Tell you fix him like you said that you would.

  • He feels bad.

  • Better so, like better.

  • Wow.

  • Oh, Okay.

  • That is the best it iss.

  • Okay, last question.

  • What's your diagnosis for?

  • When a patient feels run down is dehydrated.

  • Hand needs to rest.

  • Hmm.

  • That's a good question.

  • Let me consult my big book of Google's What Could It Be, Doc?

  • Looks like we've got another entry for the big book of booze, Doc.

  • It looks like the patient has take care itis.

  • That's when a person doesn't quite feel like themselves.

  • The solution is stay home, drink water, get sleep and take care of you.

  • Great.

  • That's our special phrase.

  • It's been really nice talking to you guys, but I gotta go.

  • I have another appointment and I won't forget my mask.

  • I better get going to this has been a blast.

  • Can't wait to do it again.

  • Thanks.

  • Dr Taylor and Nurse Mark.

  • It was so amazing talking to you.

  • It's always great to compare notes with other medical professionals by dog by everybody have a good shift.

  • The dog is in and she'll fix you up.

  • If you're a toy, then you're in luck.

  • It's okay.

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