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Old 27-07-2021, 07:13 AM
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So doctors in scrubs usually represent that they are on call? And if they are in normal office attire they are not? Just curious with how the hospital attire works as I always thought it was up to the doctors themselves to decide on what they wanted to wear. How rare is it that SSRs, ACs and Cs have to be on call and in what departments?
Itís up to the department / hospital policy.
SSR AC C all have to be on call. But the type of call varies from department to department.
Some departments require a Ďstay iní call or itís equivalent (like ED night shift, you canít escape it even when you are senior), some allow a Ďstay outí call (I.e. rush back to hospital when **** hits the fan and registrar cannot manage)
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