Medical Department

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The Medical Department (MD) is the medical wing of Site-21 specializing in the treatment of both non-anomalous and anomalous illnesses and diseases. The Medical Department (MD) has a wide array of medical branches that are interconnected and in cooperation with the International Center for Occultic Studies (ICOS). While most treatment and diagnosis is carried out on human individuals, it is most certainly not exclusive to them. Divisions such as the Paraveterinarian Diagnostics Team (PDT) are specialized in handling the medical issues of anomalies.


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ON-SITE HOSPITAL PUBLIC WARD

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Medical Officer: Dr. D. Guang

Contact them here: pcs.12etis|ph#pcs.12etis|ph


Sometimes an apple a day just doesn't cut it.

Do you think health's a good job to be going into? Well, here, you'll experience all sorts of wacky things never before thought by the medical minds of the past - and of the future. And pathology here? Even wacky-er. We have to deal with loads of things, usually all at once! Zombie virus outbreaks, breach injuries, riot injuries. Whatever you name, well, we've probably got it! And remember, if you ever have anything serious that you think may need to be addressed by a Foundation Doctor, go see us. But don't come see us for counselling. Go to someone else, boys.

- EJB Pietersen


Interested in joining the Site-21 Health & Pathology Division? All it requires is for you to send an email to HP, stating that you are interested in an internship.

You can visit them in the On-Site Hospital, in the personnel zone intersection area!

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Chief Nursing Officer: Ailin Heather Joy

Contact them here: pcs.12etis|rn#pcs.12etis|rn


Save one life, you're a hero. Save a hundred lives, you're a nurse. Save humanity, you're an N&R nurse.

We don't know if there is life after death, but we do know, there is life before death. And it's a nurse's job to ensure that the patient's life goes on and isn't lost. Being a nurse means that patients trust your care, trust your help in rehabilitating them, and helping them on their journey to recover. N&R nurses, despite all sacrifices involved in the work, do it with dedication and passion.

- CNO, Ailin Heather Joy, after the Pacific-28 evacuation


Interested in joining the Site-21 Nursing & Rehabilitation Division? All it requires is for you to send an email to N&R, stating that you are interested in an internship.

You can visit them in the On-Site Hospital, in the personnel zone intersection area!

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Medical Officer: Egbert-Jan Boudewijn Pietersen

Contact them here: pcs.12etis|tds#pcs.12etis|tds


Expect the unexpected.

Ever had 64 kidneys in your retroperitoneal space? People with Magnas Moles Renibus experience this everyday. Ever heard of people’s bones turning into jello? Yes, quite literally. We once had 25 cases of Osteogelatius in the ER, quite a mess. We at the Special Diagnostics Team handle all diseases that have yet to have been discovered or researched enough. Sometimes it turns out to be a simple STD, and sometimes it turns out to be a simple STD that turns people’s heads into pumpkins. Contagious Blue Pumpkinus Encephalitis is not a fun disease, wear protection kids.

- Previous Medical Officer Dr. Ivan Probenski, obviously high on something


Becoming a SDT doctor is currently limited to former or current MD personnel in other divisions.

You can visit them in the On-Site Hospital, when everyone starts coughing up purple matter!

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Medical Officer: Dr. Brown

Contact them here: pcs.12etis|tdp#pcs.12etis|tdp


No, we're not the Serpent's Hand.

Veterinarians, by definition, are the doctors of the animal world. We stand somewhere in a similar place, with us treating non-human patients. The prefix para-, means that we treat anomalies. Most anomalies can, like us, get damaged and torn. Many anomalies also share common biological and zoological patterns with that of the animal kingdom. We are therefore here to enforce the Protect in "Secure. Contain. Protect" Though, another thing to remember about anomalies is the fact that they are anomalous. They are unique and wildly different from each other. Therefore, our job is also composed of finding out methods and procedures to take care of the most absurd and unusual occurrences. Ever thought about performing surgery on a creature whose innards are non-euclidean in nature? Or delivering a human-like baby from a beast that looks like a red crocodilian? Our work is not only pathological and surgery, though. We deal with the psychiatry of anomalies as well. If this interests you, we wish you the best of luck in joining.

- Xigi, that parasite alien arm thing


Interested in joining the Site-21 Paraveterinarian Diagnostics Team Division? All it requires is for you to send an email to PDT, stating that you are interested in an internship.

You can visit them in the On-Site Hospital Paraveterinarian Wing, on the left from the lobby!


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