Uniforms for Care

Posted by Daniel Lawrence on December, 2015

Deciding on your health care organisation’s nursing uniforms is of utmost importance to your staff and the image of your brand and company. Nursing uniforms need to be comfortable and functionally appropriate, but also project a high level of competence and professionalism in the health care environment. There is a perfect balance point between style, comfort and functionality.

Enrolling in the help of a professional nursing uniform supplier will help you to make the best clothing decision for your company. The choice of style and fabric, as well as the durability of your nursing uniforms is vital. Therefore choosing a nursing uniform supplier with expertise and clear insight into the healthcare clothing industry is really important.

Gina@work is a leading nursing uniform supplier in South Africa that specialises in providing practical and stylish nursing uniforms for your healthcare team. With more than 30 years’ experience in healthcare uniform production and design, Gina@work is a premium choice in selecting your ultimate nursing uniform solution.

Gina@work’s nursing uniform collection incorporates fresh new colours, comfortable cuts and updated styling, which ensures that your staff are able to fulfill their duties with ease, whilst still looking and feeling good. Gina@work’s state-of-the-art in-house manufacturing facility ensures that each and every item is meticulously designed with premium quality fabrics to impeccable quality standards. Their priority is to ensure that the staff is comfortable and professional, no matter how long their shift may last.

Nursing staff’s ultimate priority is seeing to the health and wellbeing of others. It is equally as important to see to your staff’s wellbeing by caring about the nursing uniforms they will wear to perform their duties. To choose a nursing uniform supplier that cares, just as nursing staff care for their patients, contact Gina@work. After all, their work philosophy is “We deliver on time. Every time. With care.”

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