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New look of Beijing medical staff

(People's Daily Online)

10:13, April 02, 2013

Models demonstrate new uniforms. (Photo/

Edited and translated by Wang Xin, People's Daily Online.

100,000 medical staff members from 21 hospitals in Beijing will put on new uniforms from April 2013. Beijing Municipal Administration of Hospitals held an exhibition Monday to show 61 new dresses for medical staff, patients and bedding. "Humane care, standardized administration, warmhearted services" is the theme of this event.

New uniforms for medical staff are more practical, professional and fitting; patients' dresses have also undergone big changes. For example, puerpera's dress is more suitable for breastfeeding, and child patient's dress becomes colorful.

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