Hotel 43

43 Queensborough Terrace, London, W2 3SY, United Kingdom
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Medical store

by kattastrofa

Hello.

I was wondering where could I find a store with medical apparel (lab jacket, scrubs, tunics) and accesories (stethoscope, otoscope, ...), suitable for a med-student?

Thx, Nina.

Re: Medical store

by leics

I have had a quick google, but can't find anything obvious although there are plenty of online suppliers.

But I am certain that there are shops fo med students on or near the campus of London medical schools which will provide you with what you require.

I am also certain that if you have been accepted as a student you will be receiving some information from the Medical School about what you need and where you can purchase it. Things like scrubs and tunics are usually provided by the hospital (you don't have your own set of scrubs anyway, as far as I know).

Re: Medical store

by kattastrofa

Yeah, my google search didn't reveal anything as well. I already am a med-student from a different country and we don't have a big selection of apparel/accesories in our country (the hospitals don't provide scrubs/tunics for students). Because I am visiting London soon I was wondering about the selection there. I will be ordering online if I don't find anything suitable in London.

Thx for the info.

Re: Medical store

by jamesfmunro

Searching on www.yell.co.uk for medical supplies in London will get you many results too. Worth noting that there are suppliers of medical kit on eBay who will sell you industry-standard kit from Keeler, Littman etc. They should be able to send to your country. Where are you?

Re: Medical store

by Dulwich_Dog

There's a shop called Mediworld in Streatham, South London, which supplies this sort of thing:

444-446 Streatham High Road London SW16 3PX

http://www.mediworld.co.uk/1/mediworld.htm

Hope this helps !

Re: Medical store

by TheLongTone

There are several stores doing this sort of kit it the Harley Street/ Wimpole street area.....I once had do do some prop shopping for ashow with a medical theme & fond all I needed there. Alexander workwear is good for clothes of that type....Google them.

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A cupboard is a kitchen closet, but a wardobe is a clothes closet.

A peckish chap or bloke is a hungry gentleman.

Nosh is grub or food.

A biscuit or "bickie" (often called digestives on the package) is known in America as a cookie, such as a Ginger Snap, not the fluffy, mouth watering scone like accompaniments that Americans smother in gravy, add apple butter to, or just butter, served with any meal. My favorite (favourite)are garlic and cheddar cheese biscuits from Red Lobster. MMMMmmm!!!

A fairy cake is a cupcake.

An ice lolly is a popsicle.

Bangers are sausages often prepared in a well known English dish called "Bangers and Mash." (Mash pototoes & sausages)

Toad in the hole is another English dish made with bangers (sausages) and yorkshire pudding. (a type of bread pastry roll)

Bubbles and Squeak is another English dish consisting of potatoes and cabbage stir fried, and got it's name from making bubbling and sqeaking noises whilst cooking.

A rasher is a slice of bacon, but is more similar to a slice of ham. Streaky is what is known as American bacon.

Eggy bread is French toast

Jelly is flavored (flavoured) gelatin, like American jello.

Jam is like preserves, (also known as jam in the US).

Runner beans are green beans.

Mushy peas are English peas mashed up
usually with butter, and are of a creamy texture, and are often sold at a chippie. (Fish and Chips shop)

Prawns are Shrimp.

A steak and kidney pie is almost like a beef pot pie, and popular in England, but I think a steak and ale pie (preferably Guinness) is much better, without the kidneys.

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