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Are You Required to Wear a Standard Uniform?

September 13th, 2007  |  The Blog

Geena from Code Blog writes over on Nursing Voices:

When I started out in nursing, the hospital I worked at required CNA’s to wear cranberry, RT’s to wear teal, and RN’s to wear royal blue. We could wear certain scrub tops that were approved and that matched the royal blue pants. The hospital did not pay for them.

When I moved and got a new job, there were no standard uniforms. We could wear whatever we wanted. Some people took this too far and started looking a bit unprofessional – scrub pants with little t-shirts that actually showed off belly buttons when the nurse moved around.

I’m curious about how many out there are required to wear a certain type/color of uniform?

Let them know by voting in the poll!

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