"Our chief medical officer reports that although he will be able to keep us alive for 5 weeks, we will need treatment for respiratory ailments and massive de-tox treatments very soon. This means we need a clinic."
This is a creation for "The Final Countdown"
About this creation
This is Dr. Chrome, the head doctor at the Sic Bay in the Construction Bay. Some know him from the unfortunate meet with him at the Sic Bay, but most know him from the iconic photo of the Marine Detachments guides a family to the Construction Bay. He is a doctor by trait even before the war, and so has his father before him. He and his wife work at the Sic Bay full time, which leaves their only son much free time to explore the Construction Bay and help where ever needed. Dr. Chrome is a huge asset to us, keeping us healthy enough to work, and keeping us alive long enough to leave.
"That arm will be healing and ready to go in a week," Says Dr. Chrome.
"Thank you so much doctor!" says the wounded marine.
Dr. Chromes wife, and an awaiting patient.
The back room
The unused (yet) surgery table.
The "Bio Bronchial-Purge Tank".
The dialysis machine/ syringe filling and storage unit.
The liquid Bio Bronchial gets transported to the machine to be filled into a syringe.
Nicely done, the bio bronchial-purge tank's great!
I like it
June 10, 2012
Crewman Marshall. Very sneaky! I was reading the captions and looking at the pictures thinking: "Man, there is a lot of stuff missing here. I bet he didn't read the SPECs again. But then you took us into the back room! Ah-ha! A bio-bronchial purge tank... an operation table... and a dialysis machine! Bam! Well done. Complete, correct, and pretty cool. I like the torso you used for the wounded Marine. Very good thinking. Perfect face too. I like how you tie all your MOCs together. The doctor and his family (the boy in the super man t-shirt... brilliant). Each figure ties back into the story. Good planning! Keep this level of work up, and you will save lives!