Grahame Gardner introduces new healthcare range

ProFlex uses a light, breathable twill fabric with added two-way stretch

The newest range of healthcare clothing from Grahame Gardner looks ready to set the standard for professionals working across medicine, therapeutic care and dentistry.

The new ProFlex collection, produced by leading US scrubs manufacturer Landau, is now exclusively available to order in the UK via Grahame Gardner.

It uses a light, breathable twill fabric with added two-way stretch, moving easily with the wearer and promoting comfort even when carrying out the most strenuous tasks.

The collection features cargo pants, long-sleeved warm-up jackets and short-sleeved tunics for both men and women, in a choice of nine colours. The combination of clothing allows employers to put together the healthcare uniform that best suits their individual corporate look and style.

Simon Ward, group sales director at Grahame Gardner, said: ““Our experience in workwear tells us that clean, smart and professional clothing inspires confidence in patients and in the wearer. ProFlex does all this, but the two-way stretch fabric delivers something extra; comfort and reliability when moving. It’s ideal for manual handling, and when moving and lifting patients.

“We’re proud to have been working with Landau for a number of years and are really excited about bringing this exciting and exclusive new range to UK markets.”

All the clothing in the ProFlex range is machine washable at the temperatures required to keep them clean and hygienic, and are wrinkle and fade-resistant for lasting smartness.

Sizes are from XS – 5XL and are available on minimum order quantities of 10 garments, with delivery in approximately six to seven weeks.

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