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Lab Coats and Scrubs by Medelita

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Quality Lab Coats with Personalized Embroidery

Medelita offers a convenient online shopping experience for lab coats with an easy online order form for your embroidery.

Our concierge logo service will make branding you and your practice nearly effortless

Estie Women's Lab Coat

Estie Women's Lab Coat

Regular Price: $128.00

$70.50

Laennec Men's Lab Coat

Laennec Men's Lab Coat

$138.00
M3 H.W. Cushing Slim Fit Lab Coat

M3 H.W. Cushing Slim Fit Lab Coat

Regular Price: $154.00

$123.00

M3 E. Wilson Slim Fit Lab Coat

M3 E. Wilson Slim Fit Lab Coat

Regular Price: $154.00

$123.00

M3 Vera G. Slim Fit Lab Coat

M3 Vera G. Slim Fit Lab Coat

Regular Price: $158.00

$126.00

M3 J. Hunter Knot Button Lab Coat

M3 J. Hunter Knot Button Lab Coat

Regular Price: $162.00

$129.00

M3 Emma W. 36

M3 Emma W. 36" Classic Fit Lab Coat

Regular Price: $144.00

$115.00

M3 Estie Classic Fit Women's Lab Coat

M3 Estie Classic Fit Women's Lab Coat

Regular Price: $138.00

$110.00

M3 Laennec Classic Fit Lab Coat

M3 Laennec Classic Fit Lab Coat

Regular Price: $148.00

$118.00

M3 Callia Lab Coat - Slim Fit

M3 Callia Lab Coat - Slim Fit

Regular Price: $138.00

$110.00

M3 Ellody Lab Coat - Petite Fit

M3 Ellody Lab Coat - Petite Fit

Regular Price: $128.00

$102.00

100% Cotton Callia Lab Coat - Slim Fit

100% Cotton Callia Lab Coat - Slim Fit

Regular Price: $128.00

$76.00

  • Purchase lab coats in the Boston from a trusted retailer with confidence. Medelita ships lab coats, medical scrubs, clogs and other medical apparel to Boston, MA.
  • Medelita will supply logo service for hospitals in Boston including:
  1. Arbour Hospital
  2. Boston Medical Center
  3. Carney Hospital
  4. Faulkner Hospital
  5. Franciscan Children’s Hospital and Rehabilitation Center
  6. Kindred Hospital (Boston)—Formerly Hahnemann General Hospital
  7. Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for the Aged
  8. Jewish Memorial Hospital and Rehabilitation Center
  9. Lemuel Shattuck Hospital
  10. Lindemann Mental Health Center
  11. Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
  12. Massachusetts General Hospital
  13. Mattapan Community Health Center
  14. New England Baptist Hospital
  15. Solomon Mental Health Center
  16. St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center
  17. St. John of God Hospital
  18. St. Margaret’s Center for Women & Infants
  19. St.Judes
  20. Shriner’s Hospital—Burns Institute
  21. Shriner’s Hospital for Crippled Children
  22. Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
  23. Tufts Medical Center
  24. VA Hospital Jamaica Plain—Veterans Health Administration
  25. VA Hospital West Roxbury—Veterans Health Administration
  26. In the Longwood Medical and Academic Area
  27. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  28. Brigham and Women’s Hospital
  29. Children’s Hospital Boston
  30. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
  31. Joslin Diabetes Center
  • Women’s lab coats are sophisticated,  professional and feminine. Click here to view women’s lab coats //www.medelita.com/womens-lab-coats.html
  • The Men’s lab coat line offers lab coats which resemble a blazer or suit making Medelita lab coats a tailored, sophisticated alternative to the ubiquitous white doctor coat. Click here to view men’s lab coats //www.medelita.com/mens-lab-coats.html
  • Look for us at some of the  major medical conferences in the United States.  You may place an order with us online or call us via 1-877-987-7979.   For a list of conferences please click here  http://medelita.com/conferences.html

Medelita offers physicians, physician assistants, nurses, dentists and veterinarians the best quality lab coats at affordable prices.  Lab coats may be embroidered with hospital logos, practice logos, name and titles and a wide array of caduceus.

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