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Pockets are important on a medical coat. Where should mine be located?

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Pockets are indeed incredibly important on a medical coat. It doesn’t matter if you are a doctor, nurse, or medical technician, being able to have the necessary tools on hand to do your job properly is very important. Most medical professionals prefer to have at least two large pockets located on the outside of their medical coats. These are the perfect places to stash your pens, prescription pads, and other important items that won’t fit anywhere else.
For personal items, a few inside pockets on a medical coat aren’t a bad idea either. After all, it always helps to have a few dollars in change to grab a snack or drink during a busy day.
Where can your medical coats be worn?
Of course, the standard medical coat can be worn around the office, hospital, or lab. They are designed to stand up to the daily challenges of being a medical professional. Medical coats help to distinguish medical personnel from the other occupants of the facility.
Naturally, there are times when it’s necessary to face a sterile, clean room. As you well know, you can’t walk into those areas without the proper preparation and clothing. Some medical supply companies have the option of ordering special made medical coats that are acceptable for wearing in operating rooms and other clean environments.

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