Ghana Nurses Green Uniform

By | April 3, 2022

Nursing is a respectable and dignified profession in Ghana, and most people value it. Nursing students, trainees, and even freshly assigned nurses may have little or no awareness about the appropriate attire for each type of nurse.

There are numerous ranks in nursing (especially in Ghana). The uniform worn by nurses is one of the many factors that distinguishes them by rank.

A certificate nurse, for example, does not wear the same uniform as a nursing officer (Degree Nurses) wears.

Some nurses may wear different colored belts to indicate their position.

In today’s article, we present you on the necessary things to know about the green uniform of nurses.

Below are the various ranks of nursers that wear the green colour

  •  Principal Nursing Officers wear Green
  • Diploma midwives wear green uniform
  • Diploma nurses wear the green uniform with a white collar.
  • Certificate nurses wear green uniform with a green collar.

Duties Of A Nurse

The majority of individuals have a general concept of what nurses do. It’s likely that you’ve seen a nurse in action and can imagine a few activities that she performs. Despite the fact that most people are familiar with the image of a nurse, there are a lot of misconceptions about what a nurse does.

The primary role of a nurse is to advocate and care for individuals and support them through health and illness. However, there are various other responsibilities of a nurse that form a part of the role of a nurse, including to:

  • Record medical history and symptoms
  • Collaborate with teams to plan for patient care
  • Advocate for the health and wellbeing of patients
  • Monitor patient health and record signs
  • Administer medications and treatments
  • Operate medical equipment
  • Perform diagnostic tests
  • Educate patients about management of illnesses
  • Provide support and advice to patients


Historically, a typical nurse uniform consisted of a dress, pinafore apron and nurse’s cap. In some hospitals, however, student nurses also wore a nursing pin, or the pinafore apron may have been replaced by a cobbler style apron. This type of nurse’s dress continues to be worn in many countries.

Nurses have a variety of roles in the 21st Century and therefore have a variety of “uniforms”. Nurse scientists may wear a lab coat, while nurse executives may wear a suit. The “uniform” will vary by country and role..

The profession has remained a strict code of ethic not to deviate from their main goal. Nurses were strongly advised not to wear jewelry that could distract them from their work or get trapped on the skin of patients while providing care. A fob watch, often known as a pendant watch, is associated with nursing. The fob watch frees up the nurses’ hands for client care while also preventing the wristwatch from becoming a disease vector.

Uniform Meaning

The green colour worn by nurses stands for life. They wear the green uniform as an indication of life and good health for patients.

Doctors also wear the green uniform to assist them see better in the operating room because it is the exact opposite of red on the Color wheel. Because of this, the green helps them become more sensitive to different shades of red.


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