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Doctor Pauses Between Trauma Surgeries to Sing Beautifully

2017-10-23 9 Dailymotion

Dr. Elvis Francois is a third year resident in orthopedic surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. He also has a serious set of pipes. He paused between spine trauma surgery cases to sing this number. Dr. Francois says art and music are part of patient care at the clinic, adding "music is medicine." If hearing is healing, his patients should be in fine form.