My children fell ill last week during our Disneyland trip. My 5-yr-old daughter complained of a sore ear, so I knew we were in for a wild ride unless we sought treatment. We started out at the First Aid centre on main st in the park. They gave my daughter some children's Tylenol, and gave us a brochure containing info regarding a doctor group to contact for care right in your hotel room. At the time, we weren't certain that we'd require in-room doctor care.
Sure enough, that night, both kids ended up with severe fevers. My three-yr-old son's temperature was over 102, and my daughter was over 104. Very sick little girl! We called our insurance provider (because yay $ US health care system. Sorry!) then, we called the number on the brochure provided by Disneyland.
Let's just say that Disney can clean up a piece of popcorn before it hits the ground, they can make you feel like you're flying through space, but they can't provide medical info that is newer than 2005. The medical group no longer exists, no sign of them anywhere. Luckily we chose to stay at HoJo, who immediately provided us with a number at 4:00am that was very current and effective. Doctor was there in no time with proper care and meds! The kids got colds that went wrong, resulting in ear and sinus infections! HoJo both saved my kids some horrible pain, and literally saved our trip! They simply made sure their important medical contacts were up-to-date and reputable. So professional!
has anyone else (non-US) had a similar experience? I have already showered HoJo with praise, and I plan on sending a note to Disney regarding their horribly out if date medical info.