The ship contains a well-equipped (but small) combined laboratory and operating room (called “medbay”) that is designed to be versatile. Medical procedures, some experimentation, memory backups, body synthesis, and (if necessary) storage of prisoners can be performed here. The medbay has an impressive variety of tools for its size, relying mostly on the nodal system to replenish medical supplies.
These cells are used for specimen storage and also double as a brigs. They contain a removable bed, food dispensing system, and a small toilet. These rooms can clean themselves and sterilize their equipment automatically using a combination of mechanical and nodal processes.
This is a smaller examination room separated from the main treatment room by a curtain. It contains a single bed (complete with restraining straps) and a row of cabinets on one side, as well as a small desk and a cushioned rolling chair. There is also a mobile machine for administering general anesthesia. The room allows some privacy for examinations or operations when the medical bay is busy, and typically serves as the doctor's office space.
Hemosynthetic Reconstruction Tubes are filled with fluid based on Nekovalkyrja blood, which analyzes and repairs injuries and defects to the occupant's body. They are used when a crewmember has taken major damage. The tubes can also generate new bodies for mental backups to be written to.
The main area of the medical bay is a rectangular room, with one entry (the door leading to the port passageway) and three doors on the opposite side leading to containment cells. Two doorways (covered by curtains) on the port side (on the right side when entering) lead to the mental backup center and to a small examination room. On the starboard side (left when entering) the wall is covered in cabinets of medical supplies and refrigerators. There are three beds in this room and a variety of scanners on the ceiling. The beds have restraining straps on them.
A small alcove in the medical bay that contains a bed sitting underneath a special device used to make complete backup's of a person's mind (including memories) for storage on the ship's computer. This device can also write from the ship's memory a mental backup into a body.