Patient Gowns

For medical facilities, comfort and quality are of the utmost importance for a hospital gown and patient gowns. Our selection of hospital patient gowns includes both cotton and polyester options, available in bulk at low wholesale prices. Made from durable materials to ensure optimal comfort during treatment. Most open in the back, with ties in the back and are reusable and washable. Colors of a hospital gown can include white, blue, ceil blue, and yellow. 


Wondering where to buy hospital gowns? Direct Textile offers a range of different styles, sizes, and functionalities of medical gowns. We carry several brands including Fashion Seal, American Dawn, BLC, KSE, and more.  We’ve got the wholesale hospital patient gowns you need at unbeatable wholesale prices. Choose from patient exam gowns, hospital gowns with snaps, iv patient gown with snap closures, icu gowns, mammogram shirts and jackets, hospital patient robes, pajama pants, and more. Feel good and confident in our patient gowns, featuring three snaps at the neck and a variety of colors. These isolation gowns are inexpensive and affordable to fit your budget. Shop our patient gowns wholesale today.


Our medical line includes hospital gowns, patient gowns, exam gowns, pediatric gowns, bariatric gowns, gowns with snaps, washable isolation gowns, reusable isolation gowns, medical gowns and surgical gowns for both men and women. Direct Textile Store offers hospital gowns that come in different styles and patterns. Our gowns provide comfort, style and functionality for your patients, without sacrificing quality care.


What is an Isolation Gown?
Isolation gowns are one form of personal protective equipment (PPE) used in medical and laboratory settings. They protect the user from possible infection if they come into contact with potentially infectious matter. They also protect anyone around the wearer. Medical gowns are an important aspect of infection control. 


Different Types of Medical Gowns
There are many different types of gowns used in the scientific and medical settings. This includes surgical gowns, isolation gowns, surgical isolation gowns, nonsurgical gowns, procedural gowns, operating room gowns, IV patient gowns, and pediatric gowns.


Isolation Gowns Versus Surgical Gowns
Disposable isolation gowns are heavily utilized by hospital workers to protect themselves and others from contamination of biohazards. They are usually classified as either level 1 or level 2 gowns. Disposable isolation gowns are not heavy duty enough for settings where where is significant exposure to biohazards, like in surgical rooms, which usually utilize level 4 gowns. Classification of isolation gowns and their uses is determined by levels, as seen below. More information can be found on our buying guide


-Level 1 Gowns: Used in minimal risk settings. Used as cover gowns for visitors, standard isolation, and routine care. 

-Level 2 Gowns: Used in low risk settings such as during blood draws, suturing, ICU, or pathology labwork.

-Level 3 Gowns: Used in moderate risk settings. Can be used for artierial blood draws, inserting IV lines, or in emergency rooms.

-Level 4 Gowns: Used in high risk settings, like long intensive procedures and surgeries. Needed for situations where there is high risk for pathogens or infectious agents. Level 4 isolation gowns prevent all fluid penetration for up to one hour. 


Customer Testimonial

"This is the only store that is always in stock with the disposable isolation gown my clinic needs. Cheapest prices I've found, too! Make sure to double check the level number of the isolation gown you’re buying. There are different levels and it can get confusing if you don't know what you're looking for."


Customer Questions and Answers

Question: How do you size a patient gown?

Answer: Patient gowns are typically one-size-fits-all. They are designed to fit most patients comfortably and provide easy access for healthcare providers. We offer 3xl, 5xl, 10xl.


Question: How do you wash a patient gown?

Answer: Patient gowns can be washed in a washing machine with regular detergent and warm water and  should be washed after each use to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria. Follow the care instructions on the label.


Buying Guides

See our buying guides below for more helpful information regarding our patient and iv gowns to help you in purchasing the hospital gowns that best meet your needs:


Buying Guide for Isolation Gowns

The Difference in Hospital Gown Protection Levels

Washing Guide for Healthcare Gowns

Do Hospital Gowns Open Back? Unveiling the Basics of Patient Attire

Do Hospital Gowns Have Sizes? Decoding Patient Attire


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