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Exam Room Signs in Colors Give Clear Directions

Use these exam room signs to make it clear where your employer's medical office or clinic patients and visitors should go. These flags come in primary and contemporary colors to give your office a bright, fresh look. Choose custom colors for flags to match or contrast with your office decor, or opt for personalized flags to specify your unique office uses. These signs have from two to eight flags in each display set, making them perfect for multiple exam rooms.

Colorful Exam Room Signs Provide Directions and Information

Select a set of colorful exam room signs and liven up your employer's clinic or medical office. Offered in traditional primary colors and contemporary shades, these flags give clear, visible directions and signals within the office. Choose from 12 vibrant colors for your customized office signs to provide specific information such as "NPO" or "Nurse Draw." These sets of color-coded signs end patient and visitor confusion over the locations of important rooms or activities.

Durable Exam Room Signs Offer Convenience and Style

Long exam room flags in painted heavy-gauge aluminum offer durability for your office or clinic use. Plastic set choices include long flags and short, compact triangular signal flags, both of which are sturdy yet easy to install. Some plastic exam room signs feature animal characters and kid-themed flags, adding visual excitement to your pediatric office practice decor. These signs feature double-sided adhesive tape, so your office staff can mount and remove them quickly and conveniently. These exam room signs are made of ridged plastic and are laminated, making them a snap to keep clean.

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