Introducing Tooniform’s “Finding Dory” Scrubs!

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Everyone’s favorite blue fish is back in action this June! “Finding Dory” premieres on June 17th, and that’s the perfect excuse to find your new scrub outfit. Wearing the beloved character from the family-favorite movie is sure to bring a smile to patients of all sizes and ages.

Finding Dory Scrub Top
Get into the spirit of the event with the Disney Who Are You V-Neck Knit Panel Scrub Top which features Dory as well as Nemo’s dad, Marlin. Dory poses against the ocean background with her classic speculative face next to the words, “I’m sorry. Who are you?” It’s a bright and colorful top with a classic v-neck and contrast side-knit paneling. These aspects make it slimming, stylish, AND whimsical!

A Complimentary Scrub Pant
The black short sleeves and back of the scrub top make it easy to pair with any black scrub pant, thereby drawing the eye back to the cute cartoon scene. If you’re looking for a new pant, why not try the WonderWink Origins Papa Unisex Drawstring Scrub Pant. It’s a scrub essential as an alternative to the standard boot cut pant, because it flatters all bodies types with a comfortable and secure fit.

Finding Accessories
Accessories? No problem! How about the Prestige Medical Cyber Gel Watch? Every nurse needs a way to track time, especially for taking a heartrate. This piece is more flexible and durable than the standard watch, especially beneficial if you’re in pediatrics. Also consider a new stethoscope like the Littmann Select. Instead of opting for black again, you can choose ocean blue to highlight the ripple ocean water on the scrub top.

The Prestige Medical Retractable Lanyard in ocean is another colorful addition, not to mention extremely functional. It has a quick release buckle, breakaway safety clasp, and extends up to 23” for optimal use.

Check Tafford online for more Disney scrubs. And remember, “Just keep swimming!”

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