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Ground Floor
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The ground floor is reception and artefact accidents. Visitors are greeted by a Welcome Witch. Artefact Accidents deals with cauldron explosions, wands backfiring, broom crashes, and so forth.
First Floor
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The first floor is for treatment for creature-Induced Injuries. This ward is small and dingy and has only one window, which lies opposite the door. It is mainly illuminated by shining crystal bubbles clustered in the middle of the ceiling. The ward is named for Dai Llewellyn, an extremely famous Quidditch player who was eaten by a Chimaera. It is unknown whether this incident was the one that led the ward to be named for him, or whether there might be some other reason.
Second Floor
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The second floor houses the "Magical Bugs" ward, which treats is for treating magical ailments and diseases. Addresses contagious maladies such as; Dragon Pox, Vanishing Sickness, and Scrofungulus.
Third Floor
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The third floor is for treatment of potions and plant poisoning. Addresses rashes, regurgitation, uncontrollable giggling, and more.
Fourth Floor
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The fourth floor houses the Janus Thickey Ward, which is for the treatment of spell damage. Addresses unliftable jinxes, hexes, curses, incorrectly-applied charms, etc.
Fifth Floor
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The fifth floor is the visitors' tearoom and hospital shop. A place for visitors to relax and purchase gifts for patients.
St. Mungo's Hospital
St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries is a wizarding hospital located in London, England. It was founded by famous Healer Mungo Bonham in the 1600s. The emblem of St Mungo's is a wand crossed with a bone.
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