hospital turning back clock a bit on nurses’ uniforms
[color=#6f6f6f]the state, sc - 19 hours ago
... ago, when almost all nurses were easily identifiable by standardized uniforms,” said sandy summers, executive director of the center for nursing advocacy, a ...
starting jan. 1, nurse april kobishop can forget about wearing her pink top with black piping and a little black bow to work.
the 24-year-old nurse at hilton head regional medical center’s coronary care unit will have to trade in her wardrobe of bright-colored scrubs
for solid sage, navy or white uniforms, as mandated by the hospital’s new dress code.
“instead of buying a bunch of gifts, i’m going christmas shopping for new scrubs,” kobishop said last week. “but it’s not a burden. i actually think it will help everyone feel like they’re part of the same team.”
like a growing number of hospitals across the country, hilton head regional is tightening its wardrobe policy for some employees, including the entire nursing staff, nursing assistants and unit secretaries
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