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2016 Marketing Trends for Patient Scrubs

Marketing trends change over time because new technology is easier to use. Different tactics become popular. You can reach more people. Patient Scrubs® is a family-owned business, so it’s important for us to evaluate which trends will help us in the future. Six 2016 Marketing Trends that Patient Scrubs® Will Try  Content marketing is still important. We already use a number of tactics so that people can read our info at a glance. Bullets, bolded words, call outs, pictures, numbered […]

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What Goes Into Designing Scrubs?

Do you think all scrub designs are the same? They aren’t. I personally design our medical and Patient Scrubs®. That’s how I know that small changes make a tremendous difference in how scrubs look and feel. Here are some of the things I’ve learned. Why Hospitals Mandate Colors for Medical Scrubs? Many hospitals establish a scrubs color code based on different medical specialties. For example, registered nurses may wear galaxy blue. LPNs may wear gray scrubs. Many believe that patients […]

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Feeling Moody? Color Yourself Happy!

Colors influence your mood and outlook. Colors you wear. Colors of rooms. Colors around you. While personal taste sway color choices, many experts believe color selections can also affect how you feel and how you heal. Let’s look at colors. Red is vibrant, motivating and powerful. This color is often used in restaurants because it is stimulating and promotes lively conversation. Many people choose red clothing when they feel good. Red boosts metabolism and raises blood pressure. Because it’s not […]

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Links to Caregiver Resources

Being a caregiver for a loved one is an endless job. Not only are you trying to take care of everything at home, but you also have responsibilities for personal and medical care coordination. You may be trying to work a job, care for your children and other activities. There are 43.5 million caregivers in the U.S. taking care of family members, so you aren’t alone. Here are some resources that may help. One of the first roles of a […]

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Facebook Extends Like Button with Emoticons

How many times have you wished something other than a Like for a Facebook post? It doesn’t feel right to like the post when it announces a job loss. Nor do I feel okay about liking a post about someone getting hurt. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that they were working on it. Finally, testing has begun in Spain and Ireland. Part of the challenge is identifying words and emoticons that are understood the same worldwide. Language is just […]

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Employee Medical Scrubs for Mountain States/Wellmont Merger

In one of the regions that Patient Scrubs® calls home, two primary medical facilities are merging. We carry the galaxy blue scrubs that are worn by employees at Mountain States and Wellmont hospitals. We also have a line of lab coats and other medical apparel. Check us out on www.patientscrubs.com. Our scrubs surpass the competition. Features include: Affordable Comfortable Durable Can be sanitized with chlorine bleach Resists staining and fading Minimal shrinkage Made in the USA Experience the difference! Order […]

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Ebola is Back

Just a short year ago, the Ebola virus raised its ugly head. Because there’s no vaccine and little treatment for this virus, fatalities are frequent. It sent fear rippling throughout the world. You can’t breathe a sigh of relief yet because Ebola isn’t on the backburner. Another American healthcare worker in Sierra Leone has contracted Ebola. The name and gender of the infected person hasn’t been released. But, we do know that they have been flown to Maryland for treatment. […]

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Prevent the Spread of Infectious Disease

Infectious disease is one of the leading causes of deaths among children, adolescents and adults throughout the world. Sixteen percent of all deaths each year globally are attributed to treatable diseases. That figure is likely higher in 2014 due to the deaths from Ebola. However, significant advances in medicine and technology have made it possible to prevent many of these deaths. Here are some developments that have made a major impact: Patient Scrubs™ While the majority of infectious disease deaths […]

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Best Holiday Gifts for Elderly Parents and Friends

When the holiday gift-giving season rolls around, many people search high and low for a great gift for aging parents, older family members or elderly friends.  Ask them what they want or need, and the answer is usually just seeing or hearing from you is enough. Well, it is true that Dad probably doesn’t need another shirt or tie; Mom doesn’t need another sweater or scarf.  But there are many gifts that they will love.  Here are a few ideas.  […]

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Infectious Disease Safety Precautions for Healthcare Workers

Sterilized Scrubs The United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) calls Ebola a “painful, dreadful, merciless virus”. While no one is immune from contracting this disease, healthcare workers have an increased risk of contracting Ebola. Sterilization techniques and precautions are vital for every person in the healthcare industry that is in contact with potential Ebola patients.   Precautions for healthcare workers include:  Isolating patients who exhibit symptoms or have been exposed to Ebola. Wearing protective clothing when treating or working with […]

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