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Does your doctor wear a tie?

Discussion in 'Health and Wellness' started by Salty, May 4, 2011.

  1. Salty

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    My doctor is a woman, so no she does not wear a tie. :laugh:

    She does wear a smile. Hopefully, that IS contagious.
     
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    But does she wear jewelry or have long fingernails?

    Check this story:
    From the link - in part- (the 6th paragraph)
    ...the British National health system initiated a “bare below the elbow” dress code barring ties, lab coats, jewelry on the hands and wrists, and long fingernails.
     
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    No. She is very professional.
     
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    My oncologist has become my primary care physician, and she doesn't even wear makeup, jewelry, or have long nails, and she washes her hands when she walks in the room, and then uses sanitizer.

    She is a WONDERFUL doctor.
     
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    My GP's surgery has several doctors, and I can see any one of them. The one I usually see does wear a tie, but it doesn't flop around loosely. He either secures it with a tie-pin, or wears a pullover or cardigan or waistcoat over his shirt and tie.
     
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