Toy Hospital, Wooden

69.95 inc. VAT

In stock

SKU: KC- 1000600

Welcome to the ultimate health care facility in Aiden City. At the hospital, you never know which patients you will see. Fortunately, the chief surgeon Tora and the specialist nurse Cam are always ready. On the first floor, there is a curtain that can serve as a room divider. You can either use this area as a reception and examination room or use the entire floor as a garage for Aiden City’s ambulance, (which can be purchased separately). To get up to the second floor, there is a belly-tickling stretcher lift with a turning handle that makes everything go smoothly. There are, of course, state-of-the-art instruments that, among other things, can see if your heart sounds okay. Talk about pros.


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Kid's Concept

Kid’s Concept is a Swedish design company founded in 2007 dedicated to creating functional and innovative products which encourage more playtime for all children. Kid’s Concept designs products to help simplify life with children and give them the opportunity to enjoy a childhood that is both safe and fun. In the words of Lotta Hellenius, Designer & Product Developer for Kid’s Concept, “When designing a product, we need to start from the child’s perspective by making sure we develop products that meet the needs of children and encourage the little ones to play, learn, and improve their motor skills and fantasy. Our toys need to be safe and functional, and they must comply with Kid’s Concepts’ high quality standards.”
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Rec. Age: 36 months
Other Dimensions: People: 6,5×3,5 cm. Stretcher: 8x6x4 cm. Medical device: 3,5×5,7×2 cm. Reception desk: 7,5x4x3 cm.
Number of Parts: 8
Weight (g): 1500
Product Dimensions cm (LxWxH in cm): 30 x 18 x 27.5

Materials & Maintenance


Hospital: Pine, linden plywood. People, stretcher: Schima. Reception desk: Pine, linden plywood. Medical device: Pine, cotton. Curtain: Cotton.


Clean with a damp cloth. Wipe dry with a clean cloth. Wheels of stretchers can be lubricated using a food-grade paraffin oil or linseed oil.