Uniform Look for Main Line Health Nurses, Staff

By | 2021-05-28T17:10:34-04:00 January 11th, 2010|0 Comments

Main Line Health has begun a system-wide dress policy for nursing and clinical support staff to promote a coherent, professional corporate image, make staff more easily identifiable to patients, and improve infection control.

The policy recently was unveiled at Bryn Mawr (Pa.) Hospital and soon will be applied to Lankenau, Paoli, and Riddle Memorial hospitals.

Main Line Health has selected certain colors of scrubs to distinguish one patient care specialty from another. Nursing staff wear navy blue tops embroidered with the hospital name with navy or white pants. Patient care technicians don all green uniforms, and unit secretaries wear maroon scrub tops with black pants.

Administration and staff researched dress code standards and sifted through studies of other medical centers that have adopted similar policies before implementing the change.

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