Company Offers Design-Your-Own Antimicrobial Scrubs


Performance Healthcare Products, Inc., makers of a high-performance line of medical scrubs for the medical, dental and veterinary industries, has announced that customers will be able to actually design their own scrubs by mixing and matching styles, sizes and even fabric and piping colors. This unique opportunity for handcrafted personalization exists due to Performance Healthcare Products being the only medical scrubs company manufacturing entirely in the United States. Performance Scrubs are manufactured and distributed at the Performance Healthcare Products Inc. facility in Cullman, Ala.


Performance Scrubs utilize a proprietary, technologically-advanced material developed by Milliken & Company. The products design was developed with input from professional nurses, resulting in an antimicrobial scrub that combines comfort and function into a fashionable, exceedingly soft yet extraordinarily durable garment.


We launched our line of scrubs with one thought in mind, says the company founder and CEO Kirby Best. And that was to provide healthcare professionals with the ultimate in medical scrubs based on their real life needs. And by now offering our customers the opportunity of moving past off the rack purchasing and actually having some input into the look and fit of their uniforms we feel weve taken a big step towards meeting our goal.


The scientifically designed scrubs offer healthcare professionals a host of innovative benefits including sweat wicking, odor, stain and wrinkle resistance, body temperature control and no fading, fraying, change of fit or loss in antimicrobial properties throughout the lifetime of the garment. Offering the widest range of sizes available on the market, small to 5XL, other unique features include three-quarter sleeves for maximum protection and womens styles with criss-cross bra and mid-rise pants to address modesty issues. An ever-growing variety of bold colors are available, including top college team colors, with all providing for mix-and-match fabric and piping combinations.  For more information, visit


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