Uniform supplier Grahame Gardner has created an innovative new uniform for one of the UK’s fastest growing veterinary groups that is specifically designed to look stylish while helping to make the company’s team of vets and nurses more efficient and enhancing the level of care they offer.

White Cross Vets operates 12 practices and a number of its nursing teams were consulted on the new uniforms and looked at several options before choosing contemporary scrubs from Grahame Gardner’s Urbane Scrubs range in electric blue with a lime green trim.

Amanda Hatfield, Head Nurse at White Cross Vets in Guiseley comments:-

“Before Urbane we wore traditional bottle green uniforms which had very impractical zips and buttons. We are so much happier in our new scrubs, they are incredibly comfortable, in fact it feels like we are in pyjamas whilst looking modern, fresh and professional in front of clients.”

Urbane Scrubs represents a very contemporary and stylish scrubwear range. With a huge bold colour palette, Urbane is perfect for those veterinary surgeries looking to present a very modern image.

Family owned White Cross Vets were established in West Yorkshire in 1937. They are named as one of the UK’s best employees after securing a place in the prestigious ‘Sunday Times Best Small Companies to Work For’ league table for the second year in a row. One of the fastest growing veterinary groups in the UK, they currently employ a 105-strong team across their 12 practices.