Doctor Cheers Up His Patient's Siblings By Showing Off His Dance Moves

"Caught in the act of caring!"

Going to the doctor's office can be scary, especially for kids. 

So, when Dr. Chima Matthew noticed his young patient's siblings looking concerned for their sister, he lightened the mood by turning on some tunes, and busting a move. Instantly, changing everything. 

"Caught in the act of caring!" Wolfson Children's Hospital captioned their video of Dr. Matthew, which they shared on Facebook. The hospital adds that once he turned on the music, he asked the siblings to join him by showing off their dance moves.

"Mom said she's never seen a doctor so passionate and natural with kids, adding 'that two minutes out of his life made a lasting impression on ours.' "

According to their Facebook page, the hospital prides itself on their positive environment, "filled with bright colors [and] warm smiles." They provide pediatric care for children "with congenital heart conditions, cancer, neurological disorders, orthopaedic conditions, behavioral health disorders, and more."

Since sharing the video, the hospital and doctor have received a ton of positive praise from commenters. 

"So touching ... [he's an] amazing young physician who knows what is important!!" one person writes. 

"I'm sure he needed the fun too," another person points out. "Being a physician is a 24-hour job."

This isn't the first time we've seen doctors and nurses go above and beyond for their patients. Recently, three pediatric oncology nurses shared why Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is so important to them. We've also seen an entire hospital staff do a flash mob to send a cancer patient home. Talk about some real heroes. 

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