The Scrubs You'll Wear
You are now a nurse.
You're off to Med-Surg!
Please don’t wear a skirt!
Your scrubs are form-fitting,
But don’t fit too tight.
No colors for you,
They are whiter than white
Not making anyone guess
Who said gesundheit.
The back is stamped RN
Out in plain sight.
You have wireless on your head
And GPS in your shoes.
You can be found
Whenever they choose.
You'll scan up and down halls. Look 'em over with care.
About some you will say, "I don't need to go there."
With your head loaded with sensors and your shoes full of feet,
your legs are rested and don’t feel like concrete.
And, if it should happen
That your patient has a bug,
Your scrubs are woven with a bug-killing drug,
And sleeves that cinch up when given a tug
If your patients are resting
Or simply digesting.
Put your sensors on stealth
Cause quiet is good for their health.
With noise and beeps you’re not fed up,
‘Cause safety glasses are heads-up.
And, you’ll know what you need to know
Without information overflow.
And when things start to happen,
Don't worry. Don't stew.
The fabric is cooling
Keeping you fresh the whole shift thru.