How to Buy General Hospital Scrubs
General hospital scrubs can be purchased on the Internet, at nursing supply stores or through a specialized catalog, all ranging from $15 to $50 for a set of scrubs. Find scrubs for men, women, doctors and nurses with information from a board-licensed practical nurse in this free video on health care.
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If you're looking for hospital scrubs, maybe need a little help finding them? I'm going to try to talk to you through that today. I'm Dan Carlson; I'm a nurse and today we're going to cover, "How to get general hospital scrubs?" First things first, check the Internet. There's a lot of websites that you can get scrubs out of, ranging from usually about $15 to $50 or more depending on the quality of the scrubs. Also you can check your yellow pages, try to find a nursing, nursing sales place around you nearby, you can just drive through, check through their stock and see what they have. Prices again vary from $15 to $50 no matter where you go. Sometimes you can find deals, those are more likely be online. You can also subscribe to magazines that, like Jasco Uniform, things like that and they have a large selection of different kinds; for men, for women, doctors, nurses, all sorts of things. Also again, ranging the same price as I air up. So what you need to do is check online, find out if maybe there's something online that's cheaper than going down the street to a store. If you can't find anything there good for you, check for yellow pages; look for nursing facilities around that have them and you can check there. Otherwise, the last option is to check in a magazine subscription which the selection is a very wide variety; shapes, color and sizes; whatever to suit your need. I'm Dan Carlson. Thank you very much.