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'Pimp My Ride': The Ultimate Body Shop Model for Hospitals

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'Pimp My Ride': The Ultimate Body Shop Model for Hospitals

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'Pimp My Ride': The Ultimate Body Shop Model for Hospitals

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Commentator and medical student Joe Wright shares an inspiration for his work in the hospital: MTV's Pimp My Ride, where dilapidated cars are transformed into luxurious, personally tailored vehicles. He imagines what it would be like if hospitals operated the same way.

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