A few weeks ago, I started receiving medical shirts from a variety of organizations including the Navy Exchange, a local Navy shop, the Commonwealth Club of Norfolk, a Norfolk-based dental school, and a local hospital.
I received a shirt from a Norfolk dental clinic, and then a shirt for a Norfolk hospital.
I received two more shirts from the Norfolk hospital, which were in their 20s.
Now, here’s the problem: I am not a doctor, and the shirt I received was for a medical patient.
So, what happened?
How do I know if I’m getting a good match?
I went to the hospital’s website and found out what the shirt meant, and how to find a good fit.
The shirt was in blue, with the words “AHA”, and the word “HOT” at the bottom.
Here’s what I got: a blue, navy, and grey shirt.
The words “medical exchange” are also visible.
There is a small “BASE” label at the top, with a small sticker: “HIT: DENTAL,HEALTH SERVICES,CHICAGO,HAIR AND DENTISTRY” and a small line with two circles with “H”s in them.
Below that, there is a line that says, “MEDICAL CARE: NONE”.
I also got a shirt that had the word MEDICAL in the middle of the word.
This is what it looks like when you get a medical exchange shirt: The word “medical” is clearly visible, but the letters “MED” and “HID” are in the same place.
How do I match the shirts?
The shirts that I received look great, but they do have a few caveats.
First, I’m a college student who’s enrolled in the summer, so they don’t have the perfect matching season.
Second, they have a couple of different sizes.
They come in sizes M, L, XL, and XXL.
Third, they’re a little bigger than my other shirts.
Fourth, I only received one shirt that was in my size.
The ones that I got weren’t all the way to my desired size, and there are plenty of sizes to choose from.
Fifth, I got two shirts that had a very large “HAT” on them, but it was barely noticeable.
Sixth, the shirts that were larger than I was expecting are a little more faded than the ones that are smaller.
And lastly, the letters are slightly different in every one of the shirts.
This is because, unlike most other exchanges, they only accept cash.
Do I need to be a doctor?
But I don’t need to have any special skills to match shirts to a match.
It’s important to remember that this is a trial, so I’m going to give it a try.
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