Professional Clinical Appearance and Attire Policy
* Clinical uniforms/attire are to be purchased through FlynnO’Hara Uniforms: http://ourcompany.flynnohara.com
* The FlynnO’Hara Lab coat may be worn over the uniform.
* Only plain white or navy blue under shirts with ¾ length sleeves may be worn under the uniform.
* Plain white or black closed-toe and closed-back non-permeable shoes may be worn with white or black stockings or ankle socks. Shoes must not be altered to conceal logos, stripes, or other areas with color.
Community Setting Uniforms:
* The blue CON polo shirts are to be purchased through FlynnO’Hara Uniforms.
* The polo is to be worn tucked in with the same navy blue scrub bottom as the required uniform for in-patient settings.
* Close-back, closed-toe black non-permeable shoes are to be worn with black stockings/ankle socks.
* Shoes must not be altered to conceal logos, stripes, or other areas with color.
Required Clinical Equipment (Purchased through MDA)
* Stethoscope (black or navy)
* Watch with second hand is required
* Bandage scissors
* Students must wear name badges (purchased through FlynnO’Hara Uniforms) as well as the FAU photo ID (Owl Card) or facility issued picture ID whenever entering a clinical setting.
Nails; Hair; Skin
* Nails must be short and clean - no longer than 3mm (1/4 inch).
* No artificial nails, nail polish, nail jewelry
* Hair must be natural in color, worn off the collar (no pony tails or French braids), away from face while in uniform
* Facial hair must be natural in color, clean and trimmed to ¼ inch; otherwise, must be covered
* No visible tattoos/body art
* No artificial eyelashes
* No fragrances are permissible
* No more than 1 small stud earring in each ear is permitted. Loops, hoops, dangle earrings are Not Permitted.
* No tongue jewelry
* No facial piercings/jewelry.
* No other visible body jewelry is permitted.
* Watch with a second hand is required.
* Only a wedding band is permitted.
*When a clinical partner’s clinical attire policy is stricter than the CELCON’s policy, it supersedes the CELCON policy. Based upon input/feedback from clinical partners, the CELCON policy can be updated and enforced at any time.
UPC, April, 2018, March 2019