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Lambert's Health Care: Deep Roots in the Community




Lambert’s Health Care & Uniforms has deep roots in caring for the East Tennessee community since it first opened its doors in 1956. Generations of families and medical professionals have chosen Lambert’s to find solutions to living safely and independently at home with their advanced medical technology and senior lifestyle products. Their medical department offers a wide range of mobility products such as mobility scooters, lift chair recliners, stair lifts, wheelchairs, walkers, and other items to help you be independent in your home and on the go.

They strive to help their customers live life without boundaries, with a wide variety of home care furniture, equipment and supplies. Medical professionals trust Lambert’s not only in the care of their own patients, but to meet their own needs as well. Lambert’s offers Tennessee’s largest inventory of medical uniforms, scrubs, shoes and nursing accessories. They offer scrubs and shoes from top brands including Cherokee Uniforms, Barco Uniforms, Healing Hands Scrubs, Jockey Scrubs, Med Couture, Wonderwink, Brooks Running Shoes, Hoka One One, Dansko, Nurse Mates, Alegria and Vionic Shoes. They also offer Women’s and Men’s scrubs in sizes XX-Small up to 5-Xlarge and scrub pants available in regular, petite and tall lengths. Their goal is to help clients be comfortable and confident so they can perform at their highest level while on the job.

Lambert’s invites you to visit their new, larger location in Turkey Creek (just a half mile away from the previous location) at 11139 Turkey Drive behind Steak ‘N Shake. The new store, which is almost double the size of the previous one, allows them to offer more products and space to shop. Lambert’s, a local, family-owned business for 63 years, appreciates the support the community has given them and is proud to serve Knoxville and surrounding communities.

Lambert’s is open Monday through Saturday 9am-7pm and closed on Sundays. They have two Knoxville locations, Turkey Creek and Fountain City at 4901 N. Broadway.

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