Do you have a doctor, dentist, nurse or healthcare professional that you want to buy the perfect gift for? Here are 5 excellent choices.
What could be better than fresh coffee delivered to your door that honors medicine's greatest discoveries and helps fund medical care in the process? Pheo Coffee does just this. You can choose from different beans, medical themed mugs and gift boxes. Each order comes with a photo and story of an actual person whose surgery that coffee order helped fund. This is the perfect gift for a doctor in your life.
2. EKO Stethoscopes
Eko is a cool company that offers a stethoscope attachment that can amplify and record heart sounds, as well as save them on your smart phone. This is great for teaching heart sounds. This is a high end gift for a doctor that is guaranteed to please.
Pheo Coffee offers Mugs and glasses with the medical diagnosis code for Caffeine deficiency right on them! Clever, funny mugs that are a huge hit at the hospital. Perfect gift for a nurse or doctor.
Figs offers high quality, high end scrubs. They are tailored and stylish and a guaranteed his for any medical professional in your life. They also support a good cause.
Whether it s is a gift for a nurse on her feet 12 hours a day, or a doctor gift for that special surgeon who fixed your torn ACL, these compression stockings are a cheap, thoughtful gift that is sure to put a smile on their face.
Have other good gift ideas for doctors or nurses? Let us know in the comments!
Amazing what a working heart will do for your smile.
Happy to announce that your coffee has successfully funded another life changing surgery!
Khin is a 17 year old from Burma who was born with a condition called Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF), a debilitating congenital condition where your blood vessels are inappropriately connected to your heart.
In TOF, there are 4 main circulatory problems:
These 4 things combine to make it really hard to get oxygen to your body, and eventually leads to heart failure.
Fortunately Khin had her heart repaired and will be able to live a normal life!
Since her surgery, she is reportedly much more active and no longer constantly dizzy. "I still want to become a teacher and teach students from grades four to eight", she says.