The latest nursing scrubs.. - page 3
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0Apr 29, '12 by altaylor219My hospital has a "professional image" policy where each job wears a certain color. I.E. nurses wear navy or white, RTs wear green, PCTs wear sandstone, environmental wear black, etc... It gets really boring after a while, but it's made our patient sat scores increase since it has decreased the confusion over who is who.
0Apr 29, '12 by lots2care4Currently working in a Continuing Care Retirement Community ... in the Adult Home aspect of such. Management requests we wear 'casual attire', khakis, no jeans, no spandex, put together well with blouses/tops, but nothing provocative; we can wear scrubs but no whites. I prefer to be comfortable and wear scrubs most of the time -- solid bottoms with print tops, usually blues, aquatic and/or nature prints. The residents love the tops I wear .... it's a great way to get the communication going and I love to see their smiles!
We do have to purchase our own scrubs and do not receive a uniform allowance either. We are asked to remove the 'name brand tag' if it is displayed on the outside of the scrubs ...