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Reusable Isolation Gown #506 by Fashion Seal Healthcare

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Medical textiles are one of the most rapidly growing sectors in the textile market. This includes such product categories as precaution gowns, patient gowns, laboratory coats and scrubs. The rising need for medical textiles reflects an aging population, longer life spans, more Americans gaining access to healthcare and more advanced healthcare procedures. Healthcare facilities need cost effective textile supplies to reduce operating costs, which are increasing due to the influx of patients, an unpredictable economy and reduced Medicare assistance. A comparison of reusable vs.
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NEW Patient

Enjoy the new look of patient comfort.  View the new patient apparel catalog now or get your copy of this new edition by emailing us or calling 1-800-727-8643. New styles and prints from Fashion Seal Healthcare include patient gowns, robes, and adult and children's sleepwear.

New Lab Coats

Staying true to Superior Uniform Group’s commitment of offering quality garments packed full of design features, our new lab coat catalog includes lab coat options with pockets specifically designed for  technology devices.  The wearer will be able to conveniently keep their iPad, cell phone and pager at their fingertips while maintaining a professional look. 
 
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Scott Delin

SEMINOLE, Florida – October 23, 2012 – Superior Uniform Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: SGC), designer and manufacturer of uniforms, image apparel and uniform accessories, announced the installation of Scott Delin as a member of the Textile Rental Services Association of America (TRSA) Board of Directors.  Nominated and approved by his peers at TRSA’s annual conference held in Chicago October 14-17, Delin will serve a three-year term representing the soft goods category.
 
Featured Panelists for the 100th Annual Meeting & Fall Conference for NELA --ALT

Congratulations

Alan Schwartz, president, Superior Uniform Group, was a featured panelist during the NELA 100th Anniversary Meeting
 
The NorthEast Laundry Association (NELA), which represents the textile supply and service companies in New England, hosted its 100th Annual Meeting & Fall Conference here Sept. 21-23.
 
custom uniform embroidery

Think Pink

Adding embroidery is a visual (and economical) way to show support for a cause, or to promote logo/employee identification, slogans, branding, a milestone, a product launch or a special event.  View ideas here.  Remember, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month but you can show your support year-round. 
 

Protect Your Employees

I’m in and out of the Lehigh Valley Airport in Allentown, PA so frequently that it seems like my car could drive itself.  I’ve noticed that sometimes I don’t even remember anything from along the way.  This happens a lot with frequent or familiar routines – we tend to focus on the end result or destination, without really focusing on the details.   
 
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Superior Uniform Group Veteran

At a luncheon meeting on March 27, during the March 26-28 TRSA Leadership & Legislative Conference, it was reported that committee members elected Scott Delin, Superior Uniform Group, to serve on the Board of Directors.  Scott will serve as an Associate member representative in the “Soft Goods” category.  He holds the position of Senior National Healthcare Market Executive for Superior, representing the Fashion Seal Healthcare brand.
 
NAUMD Award 2012

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Healthcare and Entertainment Uniform Programs Recognized by NAUMD
 
SEMINOLE, Fla., March 12, 2012— Superior Uniform Group, Inc., (NASDAQ: SGC), designer and manufacturer of uniforms and image apparel was selected as a winner of two 2012 North-American Association of Uniform Manufacturers & Distributors (NAUMD) Image of the Year Awards.  More than 120 submissions were received.  
 
Healthcare Scrubs - Side Flex Tunic, Cross-Over Tunic & Unisex Scrub

Leveraging

Recent studies show that over the next five to seven years, acute healthcare opportunities will grow at steady rates but with no major increases anticipated. However, the non-acute market is expected to boom, with growth rates in double digits -- expected to be at least 12 to 15 percent.  With changes in the national healthcare policy landscape, acute facilities are pushing their customers to non-acute facilities in an effort to free up valuable space and trim costs.

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