Hospital Halloween Costume Ideas

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Hospital Halloween Costume Ideas
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Creating Halloween costumes with a hospital theme, whether for a hospital staff party or for trick or treating, isn't difficult. The hospital environment offers a range of costume possibilities. From the operating room to the morgue, a hospital-themed Halloween costume might be just what the doctor ordered.

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Mad Surgeon

A pair of bloody hospital scrubs are all you need to turn a skilled surgeon into a mad surgeon running wild through the hospital. Add a scalpel or an unauthorised surgical blade to the mix for a crazy, wild-eyed look that will have people running out without paying their hospital bills.

Zombie on a Gurney

Lots of white make-up, fake blood and rubber guts make a good zombie costume. Lie on a metal gurney and have an orderly push you around. Occasionally rise up and scare the people around you.

Zombie Nurse

Put on a nurse uniform and spruce it up with a little grave dirt. Use white make-up to turn your face pale and splash on a little fake blood. Apply the fake blood liberally to the front of the nurse uniform. Top the ensemble off with strategically torn white stockings and a lopsided nurse hat for the walking dead nurse look.

Hippie Doctor

Put on a pair of rainbow scrubs and wear a long wig. Put a peace sign necklace around your neck, throw on a pair of funky glasses with coloured lenses, and be a doctor with a fondness for listening to the Grateful Dead.

Sexy Nurse/Candy Striper

A nurse or candy striper uniform, cut a little short, with stockings and a garter belt can make a spicy addition to any Halloween party with a hospital theme. As an added bonus, have someone accompany the nurse or candy striper in a wheelchair, wearing a stethoscope to keep track of his wildly beating heart.

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