Simon Jersey, the UK’s leading corporate and workwear specialist, has launched a new medical collection, designed specifically for the healthcare professional. ecause Simon Jersey knows that performance and practicality are fundamental requirements, they have created this new collection with all-day comfort and ease of movement, as well as style and durability, in mind.

The new 40 page brochure showcases a collection of workwear which is stylish, practical and built for comfort. There are over 200 garments featured, all guaranteed to transform any working environment, from reception desk through to operating theatre.

Core medical team garments incorporate design features which inherently understand the practical considerations of the medical profession – such as action backs and concealed zip fastenings – to allow staff to work long shifts in comfort.

New modern styles have been added to the popular tunic collection, with stand collar tunics in four new colours.  The scrub suits colour palette has expanded to include cerise, lilac and fern in the premium range, and navy and fern in the economy range.

As well as a medical range Simon Jersey also offers workwear for many other job functions, including a full suiting offer for office staff; a chef & kitchen range and casuals for maintenance staff.  e new garments also complement the 1000-plus corporate styles featured in the main catalogue launched in September 2006, confirming Simon Jersey’s position as provider of the largest selection of clothes for people to work in.

Simon Jersey’s managing director Heiko Rees comments: "This new catalogue builds on the success of our newly launched main catalogue, with a wide selection of new products for customers.  We firmly believe that Simon Jersey is the future of specialist healthcare clothing, providing functional and stylish medical wear, including antibacterial garments proven to improve bacterial control, as well as classic ranges in hardwearing poly/cotton, combining practicality and excellent value for money."

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