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Medelita Introduces A Breakthrough In Healthcare Uniforms For Women
Date:7/12/2008

Medelita introduces a breakthrough in medical apparel for female clinicians, including intelligent innovations that redefine the way women in healthcare present themselves professionally. Offering an array of long-overdue and first-of-their-kind enhancements, Medelita sets a new standard for quality, comfort, performance and fit for the more than 8 million women in the U.S. alone wearing scrubs and lab coats to work.

San Clemente, CA (PRWEB) July 12, 2008 -- Medelita™ introduces a breakthrough in medical apparel for female clinicians, including intelligent innovations that redefine the way women in healthcare present themselves professionally.

Developed by seasoned Physician Assistant Lara Manchik, Medelita offers an array of long-overdue and first-of-their-kind enhancements in the quality, comfort, performance and fit of scrubs and lab coats worn by female clinicians.

"Clinician scrubs and lab coats have not changed since the 1970s," explains Manchik. "Medelita originated out of a very real and urgent need among female clinicians, myself included, who were frustrated with the shapeless unisex style scrubs made from uncomfortable fabrics. Female clinicians are consummate professionals who deserve a uniform that reflects their confidence and poise. Until Medelita, we simply had no other choice. Now, finally, we do."

In creating the Medelita line of clinician scrubs and lab coats, Manchik introduced a number of welcome, first-time innovations. While maintaining many of the traditional scrubs features, Medelita provides a professional and flattering fit for the female form never before seen in the typical unisex scrubs. Clinician scrubs tops feature darting at the bust, tapering at the waist and hips, and tailoring at the sleeves, while clinician pants include a subtle, slimming bootleg, contoured rise front to back, and flattering seam pla
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