Crazy Scrubs Photo Gallery
Nurses from the operating room at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado enjoying their hats from Crazy Scrubs.
A medical mission group in Tanzania, Africa holds a banner thanking Crazy Scrubs for donating scrubs for all of the nurses and doctors on the hospital staff.
A member of a church mission group and a local pastor wear their African themed tops that were made by and donated to a newly opened hospital in Africa by Crazy Scrubs.
Two nurses in an operating room in Haiti are wearing Crazy Scrubs surgical hats and jackets that were donated after the January, 2010 Haiti earthquake.
Dr. William Brown, a Denver plastic surgeon and member of a medical mission, operates at a Tanzania, Africa hospital. The operating room staff is wearing surgical hats donated by Crazy Scrubs
These pink flamingo hats were donated to a hospital in Haiti along with many other medical supplies from Crazy Scrubs.
Dr. Paul Zwiebel, a plastic surgeon from Littleton, Colorado, is all smiles as he shows off the new look of his little patient after surgery. Crazy Scrubs donated all the scrubs and hats for the mission.
Dr. Scott Bentz and anesthetist Michael Mrope wearing Crazy Scrubs hats at Arusha Lutheran Medical Center in Arusha, Tanzania. They were part of a One World Medical Relief Mission.
Noella Richard, an OR nurse at Selian Lutheran Medical Center in Arusha, Tanzania is thrilled with her new threads donated by Crazy Scrubs.
Dr. Jim Lessig, Dr. William C Brown and Dr. Scott Bentz prep a patient for surgery at Selian Lutheran Medical Center in Arusha, Tanzania.
Nursing assistants smile behind their masks while wearing their brand new flamingo surgical hats from Crazy Scrubs. The medical team was from Uplift International and worked on cleft palates in the Philippines.
The medical team from Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital in the Philippines opens a box full of scrubs and hats donated by Crazy Scrubs.
Ashley, a young nursing school student, won her battle against a rare form of cancer. Crazy Scrubs heard her story and had a custom stethoscope made for her with a butterfly image. She told us butterflies kept her hopeful and reminded her she would fly high again.
Dr. Paul Dreshank of Palm Harbor, FL is a Nobel Peace nomine. He gives his time and talent to operate on children in India. Crazy Scrubs donated all the surgical hats to both the doctors and the kids. It made such a difference and their smiles spoke volume!
Crazy Scrubs donated all the scrubs for the staff at Lutheran hospital in Wheat Ridge CO. They all shaved their heads for cancer.
Crazy Scrubs sent colorful hats down with a doctor to India. The kids loved the hats and kept them too.
NBC “News for Kids” filmed a segment in our basement during the early years! It was seen nationwide!