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Unmatched in fit, softness, quality, ergonomics, comfort and performance.
Medelita created a unique drirelease® with FreshGuard® fabric ideal for medical scrubs. This technically advanced performance fabric pulls moisture away from your skin and dries incredibly fast. And the comfort level is outstanding - supremely soft with a lightly brushed finish in a weight that's not too thin/not too thick. We're also proud to boast our scrub fabric resists pilling, wrinkling, fading and shrinking, while also preventing odors - all for the lifetime of the garment.
- Keeps you dry by wicking moisture away from your skin.
- Dries faster than other performance fabrics or cotton.
- Won't wash out and lasts the lifetime of Medelita scrubs.
- Performance features that are environmentally friendly.
- FreshGuard® naturally prevents odors.
- No fading. No pilling. No wrinkling. No shrinkage.
- The perfect scrub fabric - both in comfort and performance.
How drirelease® with FreshGuard® improves your scrubs
What Your Colleagues Say
"Some of the most comfortable scrubs I've worn. The embroidery of the name and title give it a professional look. I just bought 3 more pairs."
Jason Yip -Medelita Men's Scrubs
"As an Emergency Medicine physician,I live in my scrubs.They are an essential part of my work day. I bought 5 pairs and enjoy working more comfortably with the Medelita scrubs. It truly is a great product."
Mark J.K. Dalton, MD, FACEPP -Medelita Men's Scrubs
"I am an emergency room physician and am in my scrubs over 12 hours each shift. These scrubs are very comfortable. I am never conscious of the fit of these scrubs throughout the day, which I guess, is a good thing. The pockets are great and the zip fly is nice. Would definitely recommend these scrubs."
Eagle Rock Doc -Medelita Men's Scrubs
"I'm a doctor who wears scrubs daily and I just have to say I've never worn anything so comfortable. I initially purchased one pair to check them out and soon replaced all of my old scrubs. Excellent product! I'm glad I found them."
Dr. O -Medelita Men's Scrubs
From The Blog
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Written by guest blogger Dr. Vanita Braver. Elizabeth Blackwell's birthday is the day that the Physicians Mom Group (PMG), a non-profit organization of almost 50,000 women, is declaring National Women Physicians Day. This day would celebrate all the significant contributions that women physicians make daily, none of which would have been possible without Elizabeth Blackwell.