Our Lady of Hope Hospital terminals

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The Our Lady of Hope Hospital terminals are a series of terminal entries found in Fallout 3's Our Lady of Hope Hospital.

They coincide with entries at the Concierge terminal in the Statesman Hotel across the street.

Nurse's Station Terminal 01

Note: This wall terminal is located next to a door of the "Medical PSA's" "Radiology".

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Nurse's Station 01
Hospital Use Only

Unlock Meds Supplies

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> Unlocked

Injury Report 02087768

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Patient Name: Tom Mallone
Injury: Extreme muscle injury to groin area

Diagnosis:
Mr. Mallone was admitted by the staff at the Statesman Hotel across the street with an extremely painful pull in the groin region of his body. He indicated he was in the company of one Ms. Seneca Clarkson at the time, but would not disclose what caused it. The muscles affected are the Gracilis Muscle and the Adductor Longus Muscle.

Treatment:
Medicine and physical therapy recommended.

Injury Report 09087790

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Patient Name: Harold Worthington III
Injury: Sharp pain in knees and in left arm from a fall

Diagnosis:
Mr. Worthington was admitted by the staff at the Statesman Hotel across the street with the aforementioned pains. He claims to have fallen by slipping on some water left on the ground by a faulty ice machine in the hotel. After an overnight stay and extensive testing, we can find no injuries to treat.

Please also note that Mr. Worthington asked for at least 8 pillows to help him sleep and when the room was cleaned the next day after he was discharged, they were all gone.

Treatment:
None.

Injury Report 09087882

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Patient Name: Richard Maynard Watson
Injury: Eyes were splashed with caustic chemicals

Diagnosis:
Mr. Watson was admitted by some of his fellow employees at the Hubris Comics facility. Apparently one of the press machines malfunctioned and sprayed hot steam and caustic chemicals into his face and hands, causing severe burns and nerve damage.

Due to the nature of his injuries, he was flown to Hopkins in Baltimore for specialist care.

Treatment:
Referred.

Nurse's Station Terminal 02

Note: This wall terminal is located on a west wall, next to a stairway that leads to the "Maintenance".

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Nurse's Station 01
Hospital Use Only

Unlock Meds Supplies

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> Unlocked

Injury Report 02087768

TranscriptVaultBoy.png

Patient Name: Tom Mallone
Injury: Extreme muscle injury to groin area

Diagnosis:
Mr. Mallone was admitted by the staff at the Statesman Hotel across the street with an extremely painful pull in the groin region of his body. He indicated he was in the company of one Ms. Seneca Clarkson at the time, but would not disclose what caused it. The muscles affected are the Gracilis Muscle and the Adductor Longus Muscle.

Treatment:
Medicine and physical therapy recommended.

Injury Report 09087790

TranscriptVaultBoy.png

Patient Name: Harold Worthington III
Injury: Sharp pain in knees and in left arm from a fall

Diagnosis:
Mr. Worthington was admitted by the staff at the Statesman Hotel across the street with the aforementioned pains. He claims to have fallen by slipping on some water left on the ground by a faulty ice machine in the hotel. After an overnight stay and extensive testing, we can find no injuries to treat.

Please also note that Mr. Worthington asked for at least 8 pillows to help him sleep and when the room was cleaned the next day after he was discharged, they were all gone.

Treatment:
None.

Injury Report 09087882

TranscriptVaultBoy.png

Patient Name: Richard Maynard Watson
Injury: Eyes were splashed with caustic chemicals

Diagnosis:
Mr. Watson was admitted by some of his fellow employees at the Hubris Comics facility. Apparently one of the press machines malfunctioned and sprayed hot steam and caustic chemicals into his face and hands, causing severe burns and nerve damage.

Due to the nature of his injuries, he was flown to Hopkins in Baltimore for specialist care.

Treatment:
Referred.

Nurse's Station Terminal 03

Note: This wall terminal is located at the end of the second floor hallway on the east wall.

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Nurse's Station 03
Hospital Use Only

Unlock Meds Supplies

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> Unlocked

Injury Report 02087768

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Patient Name: Tom Mallone
Injury: Extreme muscle injury to groin area

Diagnosis:
Mr. Mallone was admitted by the staff at the Statesman Hotel across the street with an extremely painful pull in the groin region of his body. He indicated he was in the company of one Ms. Seneca Clarkson at the time, but would not disclose what caused it. The muscles affected are the Gracilis Muscle and the Adductor Longus Muscle.

Treatment:
Medicine and physical therapy recommended.

Injury Report 09087790

TranscriptVaultBoy.png

Patient Name: Harold Worthington III
Injury: Sharp pain in knees and in left arm from a fall

Diagnosis:
Mr. Worthington was admitted by the staff at the Statesman Hotel across the street with the aforementioned pains. He claims to have fallen by slipping on some water left on the ground by a faulty ice machine in the hotel. After an overnight stay and extensive testing, we can find no injuries to treat.

Please also note that Mr. Worthington asked for at least 8 pillows to help him sleep and when the room was cleaned the next day after he was discharged, they were all gone.

Treatment:
None.

Injury Report 09087882

TranscriptVaultBoy.png

Patient Name: Richard Maynard Watson
Injury: Eyes were splashed with caustic chemicals

Diagnosis:
Mr. Watson was admitted by some of his fellow employees at the Hubris Comics facility. Apparently one of the press machines malfunctioned and sprayed hot steam and caustic chemicals into his face and hands, causing severe burns and nerve damage.

Due to the nature of his injuries, he was flown to Hopkins in Baltimore for specialist care.

Treatment:
Referred.

Notes

  • Nurse's Station Terminal 02 and Nurse's Station Terminal 03 has the same entries and Safe unlocking ability.

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