Saturday, December 18, 2010
Dr. Drew's Website Tips: Just Discovered Blue Sky Scrubs - Beautiful Scrubs for Medical Professionals
As a political scientist, I have been among the first to assert that dressing well was one of the undying secrets of charismatic leadership. I'm intrigued that this concept has now reached the field of scrubs. Accordingly, I'm intrigued by a new website called Blue Sky Scrubs which brings this principle into the active medical field.
Blue Sky Scrubs started in 2005 as a manufacturer of scrub caps. They added medical nursing scrubs, medical scrubs, and hospital uniforms to their line in December 2005.
As you might imagine, their luxury scrub hats quickly became a "must-have" item for doctors, nurses, surgeons, dentists, veterinarians. In the process, they have also become something of a role-model for companies that sell clothing over the internet. Their nursing scrubs and designer surgical scrub hats are only available online at blueskyscrubs.com. They also offer scrub sets.
In the future, the company hopes to retail stores in the UK, Canada and the USA. As I like to say, you only get one chance to make a good first impression. I cannot imagine fewer places where that matters more than in the field of health care. At any rate, thank you to our friends at blueskyscrubs.com for supporting our blog.
John C. Drew, Ph.D. is an award-winning political scientist.
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