Spare Medical Uniform

By: Sarah Carlye

When you first got started nursing you probably bought just enough nursing uniform pieces to get by for the week. As time goes on, when a uniform piece wears out you buy another one to replace it. Chances are there have been times when you ended up without uniform ready to wear. To look your best and to look professional, it is best to have a spare uniform.

Why do nurses have spare uniforms? A spare uniform comes in handy when uniforms are stained or damaged at work and when they wear out. Sometimes a uniform must be changed before the shift ends and can be cleaned or repaired later. Other times the uniform cannot be worn again. To avoid running around to purchase another uniform at the last minute, it is best to have a spare nursing uniform at work and one at home. An old or used uniform makes a good backup uniform to keep at work.

There are three options to make sure you have a spare uniform:

1. Buy a new uniform before a currently used uniform wears out and use the old uniform as a backup uniform

2. Buy a new uniform and save it for a backup uniform

3. Buy a used uniform that is in good condition and use as a backup uniform

Purchasing a spare uniform before you need one will give you time to shop around and find the best price for a nursing uniform. When you are not in hurry to purchase a nursing uniform you can wait for sales and pay less for your nursing scrubs.

There is no reason to wear low quality nursing scrubs when there are high quality durable nursing scrubs available from companies like All Uniform Wear, that have medical uniforms available at discounted prices. Clearance sales are another way to get high quality uniforms at affordable prices. To see their full line of nursing uniforms, go to

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