Worldwide Shipping Now Available: Dress A Med

Worldwide Shipping Now Available: Dress A Med

Dress A Med goes #worldwide! with new shipping options to over 25 countries, from Malta to Malaysia! Scrub uniform wearers from around the world can now enjoy Dress A Med's superior quality. Dress A Med has been readily producing private labels to meet any staff size around the globe, and is happy to announce its expansion to several new countries.

Since 1980 Dress A Med have been designing, manufacturing and distributing the highest quality medical apparel to medical personnel. Dress A Med stands as the only scrub uniform company to offer top quality scrub apparel to this amount and variety of countries.

Think globally with these insightful health facts from each one of our new shipping countries, from health care facts to medical innovations around the world.

  1. Australia: The use of bush medicine and natural remedies in Australia is on the decline. This is due to the loss of information. In Aboriginal culture they do not pass on information through writing, but through singing and dancing rituals, which are becoming far rarer. Without these rituals, the tens of thousands of years of knowledge that the Aboriginal elders hold is being lost.
  2. Belgium: Belgians are accredited to inventing the Body Mass Index (BMI)
  3. Brazil: Healthcare is available to anyone who is legally in Brazil
  4. Canada: Doctors are self-employed, not government employees
  5. Croatia: has vast natural resources, clean water, clear sea and almost no pollution issues
  6. Denmark: has some of the finest drinking/tap water in the world
  7. Estonia: has a great national digital health system
  8. Finland: Health promotion, including prevention of diseases has been the main focus of Finnish healthcare policies for decades.
  9. France: There are two sorts of hospitals in France; generally known as hôpitaux when they are state run, and cliniques when they are privately run. Most private cliniques are state approved, and can therefore work for the national health service.
  10. Germany: is widely regarded as having excellent access, short wait times, care with the best technology and pharmaceuticals available
  11. Gibraltar: has its own health authority which provides healthcare facilities. There is a community hospital, residential care for the elderly, a referral hospital and a mental health unit.
  12. Great Britain: The NHS (National Health System) is the world’s fifth largest employer, an operation so large that it occupies one in 20 British workers.
  13. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Medical Association, founded in 1920, brings together all medical practitioners and serving the people of Hong Kong. Its objective is to promote the welfare of the medical profession and the health of the public. It has a current membership of over 10,000 from all sectors of medical practices
  14. Hungary: is one of the flagship countries of European medical tourism. It is a well known fact that Hungary has one of the most demanding medical and dental educations in the world.
  15. Ireland: due to medical progress and pharmaceutical research and development, the life expectancy in Ireland has improved by over a third in the last seventy years, from 57 in 1925 to 81 today.
  16. Israel: An Israeli company has developed a smart bracelet to be worn by staff workers in hospital to make sure they wash their hands after contact with patients
  17. Italy: is a country of old people: its life expectancy is among the longest in the world
  18. Latvia: Under state compulsory health insurance system, all persons in Latvia should have a family practitioner
  19. Lithuania: The dental treatment offered is on a par with Western Europe, only it is much cheaper
  20. Luxembourg: Luxembourg's health sciences and technologies sector has considerably developed over the past few years, and currently specialists in the fields of personalized medicine, diagnostics, bioinformatics and e-Health.
  21. Malaysia: has one of the highest fertility treatment success rates in the world
  22. Malta: Employees and employers pay weekly national insurance contributions, which fund the healthcare service as well as other social services
  23. Netherlands: Researchers point to a healthy diet and good medical care as the main factors that lead to a tall population
  24. New Zealand: People who are covered by private health insurance are also entitled to free public health services
  25. Portugal: In Portugal the maternity leave is paid at 100% salary rate for 120 consecutive days or in two separate periods of leave: 30 days before the birth of the child and 90 days after that
  26. Singapore: Before official healthcare was introduced in Singapore in the 1860s, traditional medical practices, as well as home remedies were the primary means of healthcare for non-European communities.
  27. Spain: A tele-appointment system was introduced in the Community of Madrid that provides networked access for patients to their appointment information
  28. Sweden: Aside from basic medical treatments, Sweden offers different special hospitals including those for children, expectant mothers and youth clinics.
  29. Switzerland: Fve holistic therapies – homeopathy, holistic medicine, herbal medicine, acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine – are poised to attain the same health insurance status as conventional medicine by May 2017.

I'm Josephine Reid and I work at headquarters in Los Angeles. I have a B.S. in Retail Merchandising and Business from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. I like to keep a beautiful balance of a creativity and business mindset.