Scrub Up | An innovation in healthcare technology
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Our Mission

To empower clinicians whilst optimizing patient safety and enhancing productivity and efficiency. 

We aim to close the gap on clinical education and training, whilst sharing and building an informed network of healthcare providers.

Our aim is to unite and inform industry with clinicians.

Innovative

Connecting clinicians and the healthcare industry

Flexible

Information delivered directly to you, any where, any time.

Practical

Real information to support best practice.

Informative

Training and data streamed directly from industry leaders.

Features

Surgical Specialties

Sharing information and news relevant to your area of expertise.

Industry

Closing the gap on clinical education & training.

Knowledge

Align with industry leaders & build on your skill set.

Streamline Practices

Aligning with industry to inform best & safe practices.

Surgical Products

Enhance your understanding on industry based products.

Efficiency

Reducing wastage & OR time.

Enhanced Communication

Using innovation to deliver optimized outcomes.

Saving Lives

Buiding a more informed and confident team.

Team Work

Developing a more efficient network of healthcare professionals.

Here’s Something Nice

From Our Blog

  • Documentation Documentation…

    So tell me what are your thoughts on the amount of documentation we are asked to complete whilst we are caring for our patient under anaesthetic. In the hospitals I have worked, we have a scrub nurse, anaesthetic nurse & circulator or scout nurse. The......

  • Not My Specialty

    Is it me or has anyone else noticed how specialised we are becoming in the operating room. Besides all the technology it appears that us nurses are not as well rounded as we used to be. Having completed my training in a large trauma hospital......

  • Scrubs

    Working as a part time university lecturer in addition to partaking in casual nursing shifts as an instrument & circulating nurse, I enjoy challenging my students with insightful forms of trivia. One such question I ask all of my perioperative students is, why are scrubs......