A futuristic Norwegian hospital is seriously impressing people after footage was shared on TikTok.
Twenty-two-year-old nurse Lars posted the clip of Ahus hospital in Lørenskog to show off what hospitals are like in Norway - and it's quickly racked up millions of views and plenty of comments, with many people marvelling at how the hospital operates.
In the clip, Lars can be seen walking over to what is basically a vending machine for uniforms, where staff simply use their work pass to access a screen where they can choose what they need before it's delivered right to them while they wait.
The future is here, guys.
At the end of a busy shift, Lars and his colleagues are able to simply dump their dirty uniforms down a shaft for cleaning - no need to take it home and clean it yourself.
And it's not just the uniforms that get the futuristic treatment - blood tests, medicines and blood bags are sent around the hospital in capsules via tunnels direct to wherever they need to be.
There are also some self-driving machines that scoot about the place dropping off deliveries to wherever they are needed, with Lars explaining: "These machines transport deliveries to every unit of the hospital."
The machines even 'know' how to use the lifts. Fancy.
TikTok users were blown away by the clip of the hospital, with one writing: "Apparently 2020 is not the end, because Norway is living in 2060."
Another joked: "BRB just going to leave this freaking place and move to Norway."
A third person wrote: "I would honestly die for that machine going into the elevator." Which seems a bit much, but who I am to judge, eh?
Meanwhile, another person pointed out: "We actually have hospitals like this in the US but the bill you get at the end of your stay is probably a bit different."
Lars admits to be shocked by the massive response his post got, telling LADbible: "I didn't expect such a huge response. It's mostly positive, but it has also caused a lot of discussion, which I also believe is good.
"I can see some reoccurring themes about both how much tax we pay and how robots are taking jobs."
Quick to praise his country, Lars added: "The hospital would not exist without the amazing welfare system we have in Norway."
Fair play - keep up the good work, Norway.