Kids At A Children's Hospital Called For the Ghostbusters. Look Who Showed Up.

Call and answer.

Creating plenty of buzz even though it won't be released until next summer, the new Ghostbusters film is currently shooting in Boston, quite close to the location of the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center. A few of the kids there obviously caught wind of the nearby ghost-busting situation, so they put up signs in the windows of the pediatric ward to ask a very simple question: "Who ya gonna call?"

Thank you again to the #Ghostbusters cast for "accepting the call" from our very creative pediatric patients at Floating Hospital for Children!

Posted by Tufts Medical Center on Sunday, August 2, 2015

Pretty clever way to send out a message and it didn't take long for someone to notice it — Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones heeded the call and made their way over to the hospital for a little visit.

Little did the kids know just how awesome and authentic that visit would be.

The female Ghostbusters all showed up in costume, much to the delight of patients and employees alike.

At one point, Kristen Wiig cradled a baby to max out the cute factor.

More than one crib was checked for ghosts, actually.

They brought their actual ghost-busting equipment. This was the real deal.

"They were a true delight to have today," said Brooke Hynes, vice president of public affairs and communications for Tufts Medical Center.

Well done, team. Well done.