Level 2 James Medical Gown
Named after the first African-American who earn a medicine degree and whom dedicated his life to treat orphan at the Colored Orphan Asylum, the James McCune Smith offers protection for real-life heroes at the frontlines and in the medical fields. Developed and made locally within the east coast, the gowns were developed from idea to production over three weeks of collaboration with designers, vendors, and factories within PA, NJ, and NY. Each gown is made using 100% eco-friendly fabrics and sustainable processes that emit no toxic waste and harmful chemicals in the environment, and are machine washable up to 50 times.
In times where the world faces challenges, the James McCune Smith offers a sustainable PPE alternative that embraces the inclusivity and diversity in the medical workforce, while celebrating the partnership of women-owned and minority founded businesses made and sourced 100% in the USA.
The Level 2 medical gowns are recommended for use in low risk situations to protect against larger amount of fluid penetration through splatter and some exposure fluid exposure through soaking, such as blood draw from a vein, suturing, intensive care unit, and pathology lab.
Available in XS to XL. See the size chart for additional details:
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Full body coverage
Neck and back tie closures, elastic cuffs
Durable, tested to withstand 50 home washings
Tested to be safe against the skin and causes no sensitization after multiple exposures
Certified moisture-wicking cuff to keep cool and dry
100% Made and Sourced in the USA
All vendors and manufacturers are women-founded or minority-led businesses within the tri-state (PA, NY, NJ) region
All gown sales are final and non-refundable. We cannot accept returns due to sanitary reasons.
AmorSui follows the FDA guidance on medical device reporting. Users of the James McCune Smith gowns are required to report related serious injury caused by our gown, and can voluntarily provide feedback on the gown malfunction to us via email here.
ANSI/AAMI PB70:2012 for meeting the liquid barrier performance and classification of protective apparel and drapes intended for use in healthcare facilities.
ASTM D5034 for tensile strength
ASTM D5587 for tear resistance
AATCC 42 for meeting the water-resistance and impact penetration test
AATCC 127 for meeting the hydrostatic pressure test
*The EUA is only authorized for the duration of the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of emergency use of medical devices, including alternative products used as medical devices, due to shortages during the COVID-19 outbreak, under section 564(b)(1) of the Act, 21 USC 360bbb-3(b)(1) unless the authorization is terminated or revoked sooner.