Daily Activities of an Urban Hospital

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Worth watching if just for that kid's bad trip and his subsequent exorcism.

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I was very invested in this because I came up through my profession at big city hospitals. Its both sad and compelling that hospitals and medicine has advanced and moved forward but the patients who have no where else to come really haven't changed in a large way. I was really taken by the ...Read more

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