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How to Assign Staff to Specific Rooms in Two Point Hospital

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Want to stop your staff wandering around various faculties in Two Point Hospital? Here’s how to assign them to a specific room.

Albert Steel is best located in the ward, so why is he at the pharmacy?! Don’t worry, we’ll fix that.

Effectively banning certain staff from working in certain areas of your hospital in Two Point Hospital will help across the board with speed and happiness of your patients. And luckily, it’s really easy to do. With a few quick clicks, I can have Albert Steel only work in the Ward and have my ward efficiency majorly increased.

How to assign staff to a room in Two Point Hospital

In order to assign staff to a room in Two Point Hospital, simply click on your staff page at the bottom of the screen. This will bring up a list all of your staff. In the bottom left of the staff panel you can choose which staff to filter to – Doctors, Nurses, Assistants, and Janitors.

Next to those you’ll find the information, dollar and clipboard icons. Clicking on the clipboard icon which rooms the staff operate in. Each room type is represented by a symbol, and each staff member has a blue or grey square underneath that room type. Change a square to grey, and a staff member will no longer work in that area. Change the square to blue, and your staff member will be assigned to that room (or rooms). Voila – now I can get Albert Steel to work solely in the ward as he should be.

However, be careful with this – especially when your staff are taking breaks and rooms may be left unoccupied by any staff. You can stop them taking breaks if you want, but don’t overwork them too much or else chaos may ensue!

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