• Hogwarts castle and grounds • Rooms, chambers, and floors The matron’s office is located just off of the Hospital Wing so that she may easily and quickly service patients. Read More
• Character Quintia McQuoid was a potioneer who died 1407 from consuming an improperly brewed Cure for Ague Potion. The Wizarding Schools Potions Championship is held in her honor (BoP). Read More
• Diseases and healing Not known if this is distinct from healing, analogous to the difference between a physician and a paramedic; if it is distinct, mediwizard might be analogous to a paramedic, judging from the World CupĀ (GF8). Read More
• Thing Memories can be removed from the head of a witch or wizard and placed into a vessels known as a Pensieve to be viewed and studied. After removal, memories can be tampered with, as Horace Slughorn did when he tried to revise and conceal his own memory of teaching Tom… Read More
• Potions Effect unknown, but given the characteristics of the Jobberknoll, presumably enhances the drinker’s memory. Read More
• Event McGonagall, a very talented Quidditch player, is fouled during the Gryffindor versus Slytherin match which decided the Cup. She suffered a concussion and several broken ribs. From this incident Minerva developed a lifelong passionate desire to see Slytherin defeated in Quidditch (Pm). Read More
• Character Miriam Strout was the Healer in charge of the Janus Thickey ward (a closed, longterm ward for patients with permanent spell damage) at St. Mungo’s Hospital at the time of Broderick Bode’s assassination (OP23, 25). She was quite chatty and was “motherly-looking.” She treated Lockhart (a resident in the… Read More
• Plants • Potion ingredients Moondew is a flower used as a potion ingredient; its magical properties were discovered by medieval Irish druidess Cliodna (FW). Read More
• Character Morgana, also known as Morgan le Fay, was a powerful Dark witch in the Middle Ages, Queen of the Island of Avalon, and half-sister to King Arthur. She was Merlin‘s greatest enemy (FW).  … Read More
• Character Mungo Bonham was a famous wizard healer and the founder of Saint Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Ailments and Injuries (FW). Read More
• Creature The Murtlap is a rat-like creature with a growth on its back resembling a sea anemone, which when pickled can be used to promote resistance to curses. Read More
• Diseases and healing The bite from the rat-like Murtlap initially causes the victim to pass out. While not considered serious, there can be side-effects within 48 hours, such as flames erupting from their bottoms. Therefore victims should be monitored closely (WFT). Read More
• Potions A solution of strained and pickled Murtlap tentacles, yellow in color. Soothes and heals cuts and other wounds. Read More
• Magical effects A powerful magic often associated with healing and lifting the spirit. Read More