Who says scrubs and uniforms have to be boring?
Infectious Clothing have partnered with Wishlist once again to bring fun and colour back into medical apparel on the Sunshine Coast.
From speciality prints and colourful scrubs to versatile corporate wear, CEO Sally Doran has been a driving force behind ‘pop up shops’ occurring across the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service (SCHHS).
“Our main goal is to be able to give back to our local health service and support the amazing healthcare workers in our region and improve patient care and services,” Ms Doran said.
“Our other goal is to make it easier for health service workers have access to uniforms.
“Working long hours in varying shifts make it very difficult to do tasks that many 9-5’ers take for granted, so by bringing our shops to the hospitals we make it easy for the SCHHS team to make sure they are always looking great.”
Infectious Clothing became a Wishlist partner in 2018 and have continued their support through a Corporate Partnership.
“A few years ago our youngest son Sam was rushed to hospital (Nambour ED) with a reaction to a virus, he was then quickly transferred to SCUH ED then the paediatric ward.
“He was in the hospital for about a week and the care he received was top notch at every stage. We feel very lucky to live so close to such a world-class facility and team.
“It’s important for business to be connected to their communities, by giving back and being involved with charities such as Wishlist we build stronger community spirit and there for stronger supportive communities that rally around in times of need.
“As Wishlist does by providing emergency accommodation and support services to those most in need.”
Find out more at infectious.com.au.