Healthcare Patient Care Training Video Voice Over Scripts
For Clients Looking for Voice Over Script Examples for Healthcare Patient Care Training Videos
These scripts include specifications like voice age, gender, target market, artistic direction, accent, etc., much like voice over job postings on Voices.com. So, if you’re looking for a voice actor, the next time you post a job on Voices.com, you’ll have an idea of how to format your job posting in order to get the best auditions back. This formatting helps voice actors to better understand the vision you have for your project, and bring it to life in their read.
For Voice Actors Looking for Voice Over Practice Scripts
Feel free to use these scripts for practice or for your demos! Keep in mind when auditioning for jobs, it is recommended to only provide a small portion of the read. For example, a 5 to 7-second read of a 15-second script will suffice for your audition.
|Client:||Isaiah Hospital Network|
|Job Description:||The Isaiah Hospital Network (IHN) is the largest network of hospitals in the greater Baltimore, Maryland area, with its main campus situated in downtown Baltimore.
Started in 1913, the IHN was formed to provide compassionate patient care with ceaseless hope and unrivaled research, education and outreach to people in the greater Baltimore area.
Our staff is 90% female and we are looking for a middle-aged female voice actor to help communicate in a tone that matches our well-educated, middle-aged female staff.
The IHN is updating our patient care policy for our occupational therapists. These training videos will be used for internal training purposes only.
Our mission statement: “The Isaiah Hospital Network. Here to save.”
|Artistic Direction:||We need a middle-aged female voice, who has a professional, yet informative tone to her voice. She’s someone who has probably worked in the hospital or a healthcare setting for several decades and has helped a lot of people in her career.
She speaks with a layer of experience and savviness, but not an arrogant ‘been-there-done-that’ tone.
She has a slightly raspy and seasoned quality to her voice and speaks with a direct cadence.
This female voice actor will need to have buy-in from our healthcare professionals watching the training video: if they don’t believe her, they will discredit the material.
|Category:||Internal Training Video|
|Style:||Professional, Raspy, Knowledgeable, Informative|
|Language:||English (North American)|
|Word Count:||190 words, 125 words, 46 words|
1-Minute Healthcare Patient Care Training Video Voice Over Script Sample:
At the Isaiah (AHY-z-ay-ah) Hospital Network, we take our patient’s health and how they’re treated with the utmost importance.
The IHN (ahy-aych-ehn) sees our network of teams and hospitals as a light of hope for thousands of Marylanders in their darkest hour.
That’s why it’s crucial that our entire team is up to speed on the best and most current patient care standards.
It’s your professional commitment to take care of your patients, and to make sure they’re never harmed. In this training video, we’ll walk you through IHN’s updated patient care policy.
These new standards will ask you to reorient your thinking and change some routines you have developed to ensure every patient receives the best treatment possible.
The adoption of our redesigned patient care processes involves not just occupational therapists, but everyone on staff from administration to the patient’s families.
As an example, suppose a patient was improperly and prematurely released from the hospital and suffers a serious fall at home. We need to assess all processes that led up to that decision, including: Where was the system faulty? Why did it experience a breakdown? And how can we fix this?
40-Second Healthcare Patient Care Training Video Voice Over Script Sample:
The IHN believes reflecting on errors, asking how they happened and what others can learn from them is the most powerful tool we have to ensure the same errors are never repeated.
The IHN has a three-pillar question process that we always need to adhere to after an error in patient care is identified: Number One: How did the error occur? Number Two: What did you learn from it? Number Three: What can others learn from it?
After those questions are answered, the IHN begins a process with the patient’s immediate family and/or caregivers to ask: How was the error explained to you by our staff? Do you want your loved one to continue receiving treatment at this specific facility? What were your main concerns after the error?
15-Second Healthcare Patient Care Training Video Voice Over Script Sample:
Here are some tips to consider before interacting with a patient before an assessment:
Ensure that you have all of the equipment you’ll need for your assessment.
Wash your hands before entering the room.
Confirm the identity of the patient.
Take some time to introduce yourself and then begin the assessment.