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What We Wear

Norton Healthcare’s Dress Code

Norton Healthcare employees working in direct patient care and clinical support positions are required to dress in role-specific, color-coded uniforms and scrubs. Below are images of acceptable scrubs and uniforms.

If your job role is not shared on this page and you have questions about the dress code for your new position, please reach out to your recruiter or leader.

Registered nurses

Choice of:

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

Clinical professionals, including medical assistants, diagnostic imaging services professionals, and rehabilitation services providers such as occupational therapists, speech therapists, physical therapists and respiratory therapists

  • Pewter scrubs (dark gray)

Clinical associates, including patient care associates and Emergency Department technicians

  • Light gray scrubs

Guest Services and Patient Access employees, including receptionists and surgery schedulers

  • 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

Common dress code questions:

What color undershirt can I wear?

You can wear a black, white or gray shirt under your scrubs or uniform.

Can I wear a jacket?

Yes, you can wear a jacket. Fleece jackets are not allowed. Talk to your leader about specific color preferences or requirements. Visit the N-Store to purchase Norton Healthcare-branded jackets.

What type of shoes can I wear?

Closed-toe, closed-heel shoes are the expectation. Crocs are not permitted unless they meet the guidelines.

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