Medical/Dr/Health Care Professionals
Bstore stocks a fantastic range of medical shoes and footwear for doctors. Whether you're after shoes for working at the hospital, nurse shoes or closed in work shoes, Bstore have the widest range both in-store and online.
When you’re a healthcare professional, the right footwear is essential. Not only are you likely to be on your feet all day, but you’ll also need shoes that protect your feet and help you avoid trips and falls. At Bstore, our range of medical shoes have been created for doctors, nurses and anyone who works in healthcare, whether it’s in a hospital, clinic or other settings.
The Best Medical Shoes for Long Shifts
Most medical professionals have jobs where they need to be on their feet for hours at a time. When you’ve got a long shift ahead, our medical doctor shoes will ensure that your feet stay comfortable, even on the toughest of days. When you’re dealing with an emergency situation, the last thing you’ll want to be worried about is your aching feet. While we can’t make your job easier, we can help you find shoes to keep you comfortable at work.
Because health care professionals often spend so long on their feet, rushing from place to place, there are a number of conditions they can suffer from. That’s why it’s important that well-made, supportive footwear is worn, so you can avoid issues from blisters to bunions.
Shop for the Best Medical Shoes with Practical Features
When you work in a healthcare environment, your shoes need to have certain practical features. The best medical shoes need to be easy to clean, protect your feet from fluids and sharp objects, and be anti-static. That’s why it’s best to choose shoes that have been designed for medical wear, so you can ensure your footwear is practical.
Infection control is important in medical settings, so many professionals wear shoes that can easily be cleaned and disinfected between shifts.
Looking professional is also important in medical settings. If you’re looking for shoes for medical students or doctors, then we offer some more formal options such as dress shoes, which are still comfortable, supportive and practical, while helping you stick to a formal dress code. If you are on your feet all day, wearing normal smart shoes can be bad for your feet and lead to aches and pains, so make sure you find some shoes that give you support.
Medical Shoes in Men’s and Women’s Styles
While some medical shoes are unisex, we also offer medical shoes in men’s and women’s styles. This makes it easier for you to find a style that suits you, as well as getting the perfect fit, as men’s and women’s feet can be different. You can find medical shoes in women’s styles such as boots, clogs, flats and more, and in our men’s range, we offer lots of classic styles including sneakers and many other looks. This means you can find shoes that suit your workplace, whether you work in a clinic, busy hospital or operating room.
At Bstore, we make it easy for medical professionals to find the right shoes for them. Our online shop is ideal for busy people, and we offer quick dispatch and express delivery, so your shoes can get to you faster.
Health Professionals Size Guide
How to find your size
Stand on a level floor with your heel up against the wall or straight edge.
Place a ruler or measuring tape on the floor under your foot or alongside it, with your heel at 0cm.
Measure the length of your foot from your heel to the end of your longest toe (yes, even if it's your second toe).
Measure both feet and go with the length of your longest foot if they are different. If you are in between sizes, we recommend going for the larger size.
Check out the size charts below to find your size. All sizes listed are either in US or EU, depending on the brand.
Which width do I need?
Most Birkenstock styles are available in 'regular' or 'narrow' width.
Narrow width is suitable for narrow to slender feet.
Regular width is suitable for normal to wide feet.
If you already own a pair of Birkenstocks or are trying them on in store - check out the little foot symbol on the footbed. If the foot is coloured in, it's a narrow (N). If it's just an outline of a foot, it's a regular (R).