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Since February, the nurses at Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, Virgin

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Since February, the nurses at Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, Virgin

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Since February, the nurses at Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, Virginia, have had an extra assistant on their shifts: Moxi, a nearly 6-foot-tall robot that ferries medication, supplies, lab samples, and personal items through the halls, from floor to floor. Since the two robots began operating in the halls of Mary Washington Hospital in February, they’ve given workers back approximately 600 hours of time—a welcome relief after two years of battling Covid-19 and related burnout.

Read more about Maxi and the future of hospital robots at the link in the bio.

📸: Diligent Robotics

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11 COMMENTS

  1. Kinda sad that nurses are so unsupported by literally everyone that this is what they have to turn to

  2. I’m super excited right now, I can now pay my bills and take good care of myself. Thanks for restoring my happiness again 🥰 @jonesman__wealth

  3. They is no need of wasting your income on unnecessary things, #austintradinggroups has always got what you want☺️, he has been energetic for the past years now, thanks 🙏🏼 to him anyway…

  4. There’s no nursing burnout. Big pharma has taken over. Telling lies to people or killing them with meds they shouldn’t take, yeah people are gonna bail on that . F big pharma

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