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Nurses, Docs, PAs: How Do You Dress In Rainy Weather?

The hottest summer on record is drawing to a close, and you can really see it in the weather. In southern California, for example, where I live, we are seeing the end of 90-degree temperatures (thank God) and a lovely autumn wind has picked up.

In most places that are not in southern sub-tropical state, this is the beginning of the rainy season, which means umbrellas, rubber booties, and terrible drivers who are confused by moisture on the road (at least in California…). For the doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals out there. I have one simple question:

How does your work style change once the rainy season begins?

There isn’t much room for variety, to be honest – maybe carry your orthopedic working clogs in your bag while wearing rain boots during the commute, and top it off with a windbreaker or hoodie coat. Maybe your style doesn’t change at all; maybe you get festive with some seasonal accessories! Let us know in the comments below.

A Uniform Look For Physicians In Groups

Effective healthcare is the result of teamwork. There are dozens of people involved with every health outcome, and groups of physicians, clinicians, nurses, and administrators must work together to get to that point.

This large number of people involved with each case that comes into the hospital can result in some confusion for patients who are unsure who plays what role in the healthcare process. That’s why many hospitals have been opting to re-brand the professional look of their physicians by purchasing high-quality, distinguished uniforms for each of them.

The benefits of making a large group purchase instead of letting each physician choose their own lab coat and scrubs include group discounts, starting at 10% off, and ease of ordering for the hospitals themselves.


Another benefit is the uniform look that all your physicians will have after upgrading their lab coats. They will present a united front ready to tackle healthcare challenges, while custom embroidery still makes it easy for patients to differentiate between the different roles of staff members.

These large group orders are also beneficial to employee morale, as your physicians will feel appreciated and happy – therefore able to perform better and boosting positive interactions all around!