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Hospitals adding hairpieces to robot surgeons to make them more attractive to patients

Nashville, TN - According to reports, hospitals are now adding hairpieces to robot surgeons in an effort to make them more attractive to patients.

"Let's face it, patients want McDreamy Shepherd operating on them, not a robot," said one hospital director we interviewed.

The program is currently testing male, female, and gender-neutral hairpieces in a dozen markets across the country.

Another pilot program is exploring AI programming that would teach surgical robots to be more flirty and charming with patients.

Hospitals hope to one day give patients the ability to choose their robot surgeon's appearance, backstory and personality type.

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