Medical Clothing by Medelita

    Medelita medical clothing sets a new standard for healthcare professionals, offering lab coats, medical scrubs and medical clogs of tremendous quality, workmanship and performance.

    Medelita set out to change a previously accepted low standard in lab coats and scrubs, by offering technical advancements in fabric, design structure, and performance – all of which are applicable and necessary to the hard working medical professional.

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    M3 Laennec Classic Fit Lab Coat

    Regular Price: $148.00

    Special Price $118.00

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    M3 Emma W. 36" Classic Fit Lab Coat

    Regular Price: $144.00

    Special Price $115.00

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    M3 Estie Classic Fit Women's Lab Coat

    Regular Price: $138.00

    Special Price $110.00

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    M3 Vera G. Slim Fit Lab Coat

    Regular Price: $158.00

    Special Price $126.00

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    M3 J. Hunter Knot Button Lab Coat

    Regular Price: $162.00

    Special Price $129.00

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    M3 E. Wilson Slim Fit Lab Coat

    Regular Price: $154.00

    Special Price $123.00

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    M3 H.W. Cushing Slim Fit Lab Coat

    Regular Price: $154.00

    Special Price $123.00

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    M3 Callia Lab Coat - Slim Fit

    Regular Price: $138.00

    Special Price $110.00

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    M3 Ellody Lab Coat - Petite Fit

    Regular Price: $128.00

    Special Price $102.00

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    Modern Fit Women's Scrub Top

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    $42.00
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    Modern Fit Mens Scrub Pants

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    $50.00
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    Modern Fit Mens Scrub Top

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    $44.00

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    What Your Colleagues Say

     

    "What I like best about my lab coat is that the lapel stays flat. I would never iron a lab coat, but this coat looks ironed right out of the dryer. Also is very fluid repellent. Earlier this week, I forgot my umbrella and used the coat to keep dry."
    Amy Bokal, MD - Callia Women's Lab Coat

    "I opened the package last night to find the very finest lab coat imaginable. I appreciate fine fabric, tailoring and attention to detail - THIS COAT HAS IT ALL. Thank you for finally creating a lab coat that goes with a Hermes tie."
    W. Wilson, MD, FACEP - Laennec Men's Lab Coat

    "Even with weekly washings, the fabric still looks fabulous. A quick trip through the drier on the wrinkle release cycle is enough to keep my jackets looking fresh"
    Elizabeth Nicholson, MD - Emma W. Women's Lab Coat

    "The quality of material of both the lab coat and scrubs are excellent! You can truly feel that these products are made with great durability."
    Dean Rollolazo RDHAP, BS - Fauchard Men's Lab Coat

    "I just received my coat, and I'm very pleased. Thank you for the personal response to my comments. I've been impressed by your company's attention to customer service. I received a phone call as well regarding something that was not quite clear on my order. The person with whom I spoke also made sure that my comments were addressed. I don't doubt that the combination of your quality products and attention to the customer will make your company thrive."
    Leslie Boonstra

    "Just wanted to let you know what a welcomed change it was doing business with your company. Instead of the increasingly faceless entities that have become the norm with internet commerce, I actually was able to speak with a REAL person who actually had a direct connection to said product. Your personal touch is very much appreciated and, thanks to you, I'll hopefully look like a hero on graduation day."
    Sheldon Stevenson

    Medelita set out to change a previously accepted low standard in lab coats and scrubs, by offering technical advancements in fabric, design structure, and performance – all of which are applicable and necessary to the hard working medical professional.

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