28. September 2011 22:40
Whether you are a veteran nurse or you are still in school, you may have found a new job in the medical industry. Chances are you will have a dress code and will be required to wear a medical uniform at your new job. Find out if you need to wear solid scrub tops and scrub pants or if you can wear print scrubs and start looking for your new scrubs early. If you are a veteran nurse and simply starting a new job, you may be able to wear some of your old scrubs and just want to freshen up your closet a bit. Though the quality of medical scrubs available today had improved dramatically, any garment that withstands constant wear and laundering will show signs of its age over time. Starting off with a fresh, professional look is your best bet. Marcus Uniforms can help you find new scrubs no matter how long you've been in the medical field. Pants that are too long can lead to frayed hems that look unattractive and unprofessional. Most medical personnel are working hard between jobs and family so there is no time for hemming. Marcus Uniforms offers a wide variety of petite lengths (and talls) for the perfect fit and a polished appearance.
If you have few or no restrictions, have fun putting together your own medical uniform. A medical uniform consists of a scrub top, a scrub pant, nursing shoes and sometimes a lab coat, warm-up or watch. You will find Marcus Uniforms very helpful with creating your medical uniform since we list all coordinating colors to our print tops as a service to our customers. If you are just starting in the medical industry, we recommend two or three scrub pants or scrub sets, that you can mix and match with multiple print tops for maximum versatility from your scrubs.
As you start piecing your medical uniform together, remember that Marcus Uniforms offers free UPS ground shipping within the continental United States on all orders over $100 in the United States and a 10% discount on all orders over $300.