Get Well Doctor Activity Center

$201.99
Availability: In stock

This sturdy, multi-sided wooden play space has everything kids need to role play visits to the doctor's office! Kids can be the patient or the doctor, the receptionist, or the nurse. It's a great way to ease kids' fears about doctor visits and to encourage nurturing and empathetic play. The waiting area includes a seat, clock, and fun changeable artwork. Sign in and check out with a credit card reader and card, fill out a reusable patient file, and take appointments with the wooden play phone. Wash up in the sink, display X-rays, monitor blood pressure, tip the scale, measure height, and read the eye chart. There's plenty of storage in this easy to assemble play space (illustrated instructions included; Phillips head screwdriver required). Standing 35.5" x 37.25" x 21.25", there's also plenty of room for imaginations to grow!

  • Wooden multi-sided doctor's office activity center play space with waiting area, exam room, sink and reception area
  • Includes blood pressure monitor with adjustable cuff, 2 X-rays to display, scale with movable weight, adjustable height bar, eye chart, clock with movable hands, movable tool hooks and holders, sink, sanitizer pump, reversible diploma/window card
  • Other realistic details include credit card reader and card, double-sided sign, reusable patient information file and holder, file return slot, wooden cell phone and holder
  • Great for easing kids' fear of doctor's visits; encourages imaginative, nurturing, and empathetic play
  • Ages 3+; 35.5" x 37.25" x 21.25" assembled (illustrated instructions included; Phillips head screwdriver required)

This product requires special handling because it is oversize and a supplemental charge will be added to the cart at checkout. We'll ship via FedEx Ground because they offer the best value. Unfortunately, expedited shipping is not available for this item.

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