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    August 27, 2015

    Down To The Last Detail: Medelita Lab Coats

    Take a moment to ask yourself: How much time do I spend daily in my lab coat? Is it comfortable? How long will it last me before it starts to fade and fall apart? Does its appearance send a message of professionalism and prestige to others? Do I feel like it reflects the years of training and sacrifice for my career? At Medelita we have taken the traditional medical lab coat and upgraded it in every way possible. We have added utility features, created a tailored yet ergonomic fit, and perfected each and every detail of the garment. When you take into account how much time you spend in your lab coat, it becomes clear that the quality of that coat must be the most important factor in your purchasing decision.

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    August 26, 2015

    Medelita Giveaway: #ILookLikeASurgeon

    Medelita is proud to announce that we have partnered with the founders of the #ILookLikeASurgeon movement to offer an exciting giveaway on social media! Just post a picture of yourself that showcases your unique identity as a surgeon and promotes diversity within the field with the hashtag #ILookLikeASurgeon in order to win lab coats and scrubs with personal embroidery. Here are the rules for this exciting giveaway.

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    August 25, 2015

    What It Means To Be A Nurse

    Nurses represent the largest single group of medical professionals. They are constantly on the frontline of patient care, which of course gives this segment of the medical community a tremendous impact on patient experience as well as health outcomes. It is virtually impossible to understate the important role that nurses play in every practice. Based on the influence of Florence Nightingale, nursing is a profession that combines scientific knowledge, technical skills, and respect for human dignity. Nurses tend to share similar sets of values, including honesty, compassion, responsibility, prevention of suffering, patient happiness, and selflessness. Becoming a great nurse means committing to go that extra mile for your patients.

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