Uniforms at Sheba Medical Center used to be personal items. All staff had to go to a single basement storeroom to collect and return their clothing. The process was time-wasting and frustrating: the storeroom had limited opening hours; inventory had to be kept high;
tracking the uniforms was nearly impossible; and lost uniforms added huge costs every year. Additionally, ensuring proper hygiene was difficult because some staff members chose to launder their uniforms in their home washing machines. Sheba Medical Center needed a better
process to reduce costs and inventory and ensure clean, hygienic uniforms are available for all.