Nurse in Jeopardy for Refusing Hospital’s COVID-19 Policy on Scrubs
Published February 2020
Unless state law says otherwise, a hospital should be able to legally require employees to wash their own scrubs, says William H. Chamblee, JD, managing partner with Chamblee Ryan in Dallas. With or without resource scarcity related to COVID-19, Chamblee says a hospital can establish that rule as a condition of employment and discharge employees who refuse to follow it.
Read the entire article in Healthcare Risk Management.