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Mayo Clinic surgical residents go viral with uplifting song

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Published: Mar. 15, 2018 at 3:45 PM CDT
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Two surgical residents at the Mayo Clinic have gone viral after posting a video showing their talents out of the operating room.

Elvis Francois and William Robinson, both orthopedic surgery residents, posted a video on Monday singing Mike Yung's song, "Alright," which quickly gained traction on social media.

More than 18,000 shares and a million views later, it seems the song not only resonated with people but gave a dose of inspiration and hope.

In his post, Francois writes, "As health care providers we often meet people at their greatest time of need....and sometimes the best gift you can give is a simple reminder that everything will be alright."

"Music is medicine," he adds.

When you’re feeling low And there’s no one around When it looks like it’s over And life’s got you down Hold on to me brother I’ll be there when you need Because there’s a brighter tomorrow... This I truly believe Everything———Everything Everything is gonna be alright So dry those eyes....it’ll be....alright.... A cover of Mike Yung’s debut single "Alright" —— Before he retired the legendary Dr. Franklin Sim once told me....”As a surgeon, it is your responsibility to bear the burden of worry with your patients.....” —— As health care providers we often meet people at their greatest time of need....and sometimes the best gift you can give is a simple reminder that everything will be alright.... —— Music Is Medicine —— Much love to my brother Dr. William Robinson on the keys, he’s phenomenal. Much love Dr. Bayard Carlson for recording the video. Both are fellow Orthopedic Surgery co-Residents ——

Posted by Elvis Francois on Monday, March 12, 2018