Physician and staff attire in the urgent care center

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Survey Results: Physician and staff attire in the urgent care center


Question:

What do physicians wear to treat patients in your urgent care center?
  • A. Uniform scrub top and pants (7 out of 24)
  • B. Business casual attire (e.g., slacks/skirt and a button down shirt.) (5 out of 24)
  • C. Uniform scrub top and pants, plus a white lab coat (3 out of 24)
  • D. Business casual attire, plus a white lab coat (8 out of 24)
  • E. Casual attire (e.g., jeans and a t-shirt) (0 out of 24)
  • F. Other (1 out of 24)

Question:

Do you think the clothes worn by physicians have an effect on patients’ perception of care?

  • A. Yes (22 out of 24)
  • B. No (2 out of 24)

Question:

Does your urgent care center have a dress code for ancillary staff?
  • A. Yes, ancillary staff wear scrubs (21 out of 24)
  • B. Yes, ancillary staff wear business casual attire (e.g., slacks/skirts and button down shirts/blouses (2 out of 24)
  • C. No, ancillary staff can wear casual attire (e.g., jeans and t-shirts.) (0 out of 24)
  • D. Other (1 out of 24)

Question:

Do you think the clothes worn by ancillary staff have an effect on patients’ perception of the urgent care center?

  • A. Yes (22 out of 24)
  • B. No (2 out of 24)

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