Prime Medical’s unique line of Chlorine-Shielded healthcare textiles is included in January 2018 issue of OR Today magazine.
Prime Medical, the exclusive manufacturer of chlorine-shielded privacy curtains, apparel and bed linens for healthcare, announced today it has joined the Illucient Purchasing Alliance, and will now be available to the 44 member hospitals…
The medical staff at SurgCenter Pinellas wasn’t sure they heard it right – put your navy blue surgical scrubs into the laundry with regular bleach and “wash ‘em like they’re white.”
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Prime Medical, producer of SAF-T™ textiles for healthcare, has donated 117 sets of chlorine-shielded scrubs for the surgical team at Tebow CURE Hospital in Davao City, Philippines. The hospital specializes in pediatric orthopedic care…
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Prime Medical, the producer of the SAF-T™ line of bactericidal apparel and textiles for healthcare, has donated 88 sets of scrubs to CURE International’s Zambia hospital. The scrubs, which kill 99.9 percent of germs and bacteria on contact, will help protect patients and staff from harmful pathogens that can lead to deadly infections.
A full-page feature of SAF-T™ scrubs and lab coats can be found on page 30 of OR Today Magazine. In the Product Focus section of the September 2016 issue, readers learn all about the innovative and superior level of protection that only SAF-T provides.
Broadcast on Sept. 1, 2016, local Dayton news affiliate ABC 22/FOX 45 meets the Univ. of Dayton PA program to learn about their innovative healthcare apparel that is revolutionizing the industry.
Preventing the spread of infection is now as simple as choosing the right scrubs. Using a next-gen fabric technology, Prime Medical is outfitting tomorrow’s healthcare professionals with the most protective bactericidal garments in the industry.