How to Edit the Hospital in The Sims 4

Turn an ordinary hospital into a fancy, snazzy, or goofy one!

How to Edit the Hospital in The Sims 4
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In most cases, The Sims 4 allows you to edit any lot you want, from houses to public recreational spots and workplaces. You can also edit Willow Creek Hospital, where your doctor Sims work and where pregnant Sims go to give birth. However, unlike regular residential lots, you must take some extra steps before freely building here. To test your interior design skills, continue reading to discover how to edit Willow Creek Hospital in The Sims 4.

The Sims 4: How to Edit Willow Creek Hospital

To edit Willow Creek Hospital, you must travel to the lot through work as a doctor before enabling cheats and turning on Free Build mode. By doing this, you can access the build mode menu and place down any items you’d like, with unlimited funds to work with.

Below are the steps to turning on free build after arriving at Willow Creek Hospital:

  1. Open the cheat menu using the following keys/buttons:
    • PC: Ctrl + Shift + C
    • Mac: Cmd + Shift + C
    • PlayStation: R1 + R2+ L1+ L2
    • Xbox: RB + RT + LB + LT
  2. Type in testingcheats true
  3. Type in bb.enablefreebuild

Once you put in the last command, open the build menu and redesign the place to your heart’s content!

When you open the build menu, you’ll find a list of medical clinic items, from bassinets to treadmills and other miscellaneous decorations. While you can use these to fit the hospital theme, you’re not limited to them. Much like any other lot, you can place down any items you wish to design your hospital, as long as they’re available in your build mode list.

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About the Author

Madison Benson

Madison is a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.