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What We Wear

Nstyle: Norton Healthcare’s Dress Code

Norton Healthcare employees working in direct patient care and clinical support positions are required to dress in discipline-specific, color-coded uniforms and scrubs. Below is a slideshow of acceptable scrubs/uniforms.

Registered nurses

Galaxy blue scrubs or
All-white scrubs or
Professional white nursing uniform

Clinical professionals
Pewter scrubs

Clinical associates
Gray scrubs

Guest Services/Patient Access employees
Caribbean blue scrubs

Environmental Services employees
Wine scrubs

Food & Nutrition Services employees
Black pants, skirt or dress
Shirt color specific to department and position
Black apron

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