If you work in the healthcare industry, designing new medical scrubs and organising a nursing uniform catalogue for your employees probably isn’t at the top of your ‘to do’ list – but you shouldn’t underestimate the importance of a great uniform solution.
When you design custom healthcare uniforms for your staff, you can be confident that everyone in your organisation looks professional, feels comfortable, and is helping to maintain a safe and sanitary environment. Designing a new uniform range can even be fun!
Why quality nursing uniforms are essential
Your work clothing represents your organisation to your patients, their visitors and the wider world, so making sure it looks great on your staff will reflect well on your brand.
Your employees will also feel happier wearing tunics and nursing scrubs that offer all the freedom of movement they need to carry out their jobs. They will appreciate clothing designed with their comfort in mind – especially during those long shifts.
There’s more to choosing healthcare uniforms than just how they look and feel though. If your staff are likely to be exposed to germs, viruses or other harmful substances in the course of their work, their medical scrubs need to be made from strong, sanitary materials that won’t harbour bacteria or transmit infections.
Your healthcare apparel should be easy to care for and designed with no openings for bacteria to enter, helping to keep your staff and your patients as safe as possible.
Five steps to a great health uniform
If you’re ready to start designing your new health uniform range, we’ve decided to show you just how easy the process can be by breaking it down into five simple steps:
Step 1: Start from the top
Browse our wide range of health tops and shirts made from quality materials and available in all the different fits, colours and styles you need to suit your workers and your brand.
You’ll find general easy care shirts, blouses and polo tops as well as products specifically designed for the healthcare industry, whether you run a hospital, dental clinic or aged care centre.
Step 2: Scrub up
Medical scrubs are indispensable for doctors, nurses and anyone else whose work puts them in contact with harmful substances every day.
Find the scrub tops you like and pair them with scrub pants for a matching set. From every length to every fit, with a choice of openings and as many pockets as you need, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from to fit every role.
Step 3: Step it up a notch
Being on your feet all day can really take its toll, so you need to make sure your valued workers are getting the support they need from their footwear. The right shoes will ensure your employees’ feet are comfortable and protected all day long, as well as offering superior traction on slippery floors.
Step 4: Don’t forget about layers
You need to plan for all seasons when choosing your healthcare workwear. Your employees will be warm and comfortable in the cooler months when you add quality wool knits, pullovers and cardigans to your uniform range.
Step 5: Add the finishing touches
Make sure you’ve taken care of the little details by including healthcare accessories like nurses’ name badges, pouches and belts featuring your logo. Even digital spoons and other promotional products with your branding on it can help to spread the word about the great work your organisation is doing.
When you’ve chosen everything you need, we’ll then convert your custom uniform range into your very own personalised uniform catalogue.
Design your unique uniform solution today
At Total Image Group, we understand that jobs in the healthcare industry involve lots of physical activity, long hours and many more special requirements.
As healthcare uniform specialists, we have all the nursing scrubs, tunics and specific medical wear you need to meet your style demands and the industry’s requirements.
Book in a consultation call
Do you need help working out the best uniform range for you and your business? We can help! To ensure we direct you to the best person in our team to discuss your requirements – whether your uniform and promotional needs are now or in the future – let’s learn a bit more about you. We look forward to speaking soon!