Welcome to Joep's adventure at Erasmus MC Sophia Children’s Hospital. Joep is ill and the doctors are going to find out what is wrong with him.
Why don’t you join Joep, Bear and Supermonkey
A visit to the hospital can be a little bit scary. Go on an adventure and discover our children’s hospital together with Joep from the comfort of your own home, so that you know what to expect and what our rooms look like before your visit.
Joep has a very sweet bear who knows all sorts of fun facts about the rooms, like the central hall, the operating room and the ultrasound room. Supermonkey wants to tell you all about it and can’t wait to show you around the rooms with the 360-degree views from floor to ceiling!
How does it work?
Click on the photo above or click on the link to start Joep’s adventure. Our 360-degree photos allow you to look around in our children’s hospital.
If you’re using a computer to view the photos, you can use the mouse to look around the room. If you’re using a smartphone or tablet, you can rotate the screen or swipe your finger across the screen to walk around in the room.
|This icon will take you to the Virtual Reality version. You will need a VR headset to do this.|
|Use this icon to view the photo in full-screen on your computer.|
|This icon will take you back to the menu so that you can choose another room.|
The Vrienden van het Sophia Foundation
This tour has been realized with the financial help of the Vrienden van het Sophia Foundation. The foundation does everything to make the stay of patients and their families in the hospital as pleasant as possible. For instance by providing a pleasant decor in the hospital, toys and relaxation options.
Are you curious about what the foundation does or how you can contribute? Then take a look at the foundation's website (Dutch only).
If you can’t watch the tour, but you do want to read what Joep, Bear and Supermonkey have to say, you can click here to read all the text from Joep’s adventure.
Are you looking for information about a specific room? We explain each of the following rooms on it’s own page:
- Central patient lab services
- The ultrasound room
- A CT scan
- The plaster room
- An ECG
If you have any questions, please contact us.