Stamford Uniform & Linen Announces Expanded Focus on Linen Service for Doctors and Dentists in Connecticut

Expanded service offerings for dentists and doctors in Connecticut looking for best-in-class linen services are now being offered.

STAMFORD, Conn. - November 21, 2020 - (

 Stamford Uniform and Linen, a service that has been reviewed as one of the best linen services in Connecticut, including the key cities of Stamford, Greenwich, and New Canaan, is proud to announce expanded service offerings for dentists and doctors in Connecticut looking for best-in-class linen services. The medical/healthcare sector continues to expand, and the company is excited to announce plans to expand its offering into the dentist and doctor segments. “Connecticut healthcare providers are looking for best-in-class linen services as they continue to expand their service offerings during the pandemic,” explained Paul McDonald, CEO of Stamford Uniform and Linen. “Our expanded offerings into doctors and dental offices here in Connecticut help them stay safe vis-a-vis their employees and customers.”

Interested persons that are involved in doctor’s offices, dental offices, and other medical offices are encouraged to visit newly updated city-specific pages such as the following: New Canaan (, Greenwich (, and, of course, Stamford ( Office managers in particular are encouraged to reach out to the company for a quotation on medical office linen service needs.


Here is the background on this release. The current pandemic has expanded the need for healthcare services for obvious reasons. It is not as well-known, however, that it has also expanded the need for linen services that focus on the healthcare section. Obviously, many hospital chains in Connecticut and key cities such as Stamford, New Canaan, or Greenwich are expanding their own linen services. But even smaller entities such as medical offices or healthcare offices are expanding the need for their linen services. Thus, the need for Connecticut-based linen services that work well with healthcare and medical offices is paramount. Fortunately, per the new location-specific landing pages, Stamford Uniform and Linen is expanding its offerings into the state. Anyone in medical or healthcare is encouraged to reach out for a consultation on their linen, uniforms, and other service needs.


Stamford Uniform and Linen ( is a top-rated linen and uniform delivery service serving the New York City area. Stamford Uniform and Linen offers pickup and delivery service for NYC locations, including Brooklyn and Manhattan. Stamford Uniform provides affordable and quick delivery of employee uniforms, including chef’s whites, waiter uniforms, hostess shirts, and bartender aprons. A top laundry service in Stamford can provide pressed tablecloths and linen napkins for Brooklyn restaurants. The company services small and large hotels, restaurants and other eateries. To contact the best uniform and linen supply service, go to the website.

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