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Re: Nurse Type Livery/Uniforms

Post by Lord Foul on Tue 12 Jul - 18:49

some may be "care assistants" i nursing home or visiting housebound folks
some may be "nursery staff" whos uniforms can look "nurse like"

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Re: Nurse Type Livery/Uniforms

Post by eddie on Tue 12 Jul - 20:27

As Vic said.

I don't think medical nurses who work in hospitals, travel home in their unifirms.

I used to work in a care home for the elderly, well quite a few actually, and I wore those uniforms. I washed mine everyday though as they got horribly grubby sometimes at work.

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