13 Best Medical Room Status Flags

List Updated March 2020

Bestselling Medical Room Status Flags in 2020


Primary Color Exam Room Flags, 4 Flags by Kull Industries

Primary Color Exam Room Flags, 4 Flags by Kull Industries
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Primary Color Exam Room Flags, 4 Flags
  • 4 Flags

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 4" 4 Flag System

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 4
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Flags Made of High Quality Powder Coated Aluminum (Competitors use cheap plastic)
  • Four 4" Flags In Red, Blue, Yellow & Grey
  • Rotates 180 degrees, Non-electrical
  • Includes 5 Year Warranty
  • Custom Colors & Text Available On Omnimedstore.com

Standard Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 4" 6 Flag System

Standard Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 4
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Flags Made of High Quality Powder Coated Aluminum (Competitors use cheap plastic)
  • 4" long flags in 6 vibrant colors
  • Rotates 180 degrees, Non-electrical
  • Includes 5 Year Warranty
  • Custom Colors & Text Available On Omnimedstore.com

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flags, 4" 2 Flag System

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flags, 4
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Flags Made of High Quality Powder Coated Aluminum (Competitors use cheap plastic)
  • Two 4" long flags in Red & Gray
  • Rotates 180 degrees, Non-electrical
  • Includes 5 Year Warranty
  • Custom Colors & Text Available On Omnimedstore.com

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 8" 4 Flag System

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 8
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Flags Made of High Quality Powder Coated Aluminum (Competitors use cheap plastic)
  • Four 8" Flags In Red, Blue, Yellow & Grey
  • Rotates 180 degrees, Non-electrical
  • Includes 5 Year Warranty
  • Custom Colors & Text Available On Omnimedstore.com

Room Status Indicators Contemporary Colors 2-Flag 5.5"H

Room Status Indicators Contemporary Colors 2-Flag 5.5
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Colorful, easy-to-see flags for immediate room status information
  • Each flag moves independently
  • Durable Plexiglas backplate withstands long-term use
  • Scratch resistant and easy to clean
  • Mounting hardware included

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 8" 3 Flag System

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 8
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Flags Made of High Quality Powder Coated Aluminum (Competitors use cheap plastic)
  • Three 8" long flags in Lavender, Beige & Yellow
  • Rotates 180 degrees, Non-electrical
  • Includes 5 Year Warranty
  • Custom Colors & Text Available On Omnimedstore.com

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 4" 1 Flag System

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 4
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Flags Made of High Quality Powder Coated Aluminum (Competitors use cheap plastic)
  • One 4" long flag in blue
  • Rotates 180 degrees, Non-electrical
  • Includes 5 Year Warranty
  • Custom Colors & Text Available On Omnimedstore.com

Room Status Indicators Primary Colors 2-Flag 5.5"H

Room Status Indicators Primary Colors 2-Flag 5.5
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Colorful, easy-to-see flags for immediate room status information
  • Each flag moves independently
  • Durable Plexiglas backplate withstands long-term use
  • Scratch resistant and easy to clean
  • Mounting hardware included

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 8" 8 Flag System

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 8
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Flags Made of High Quality Powder Coated Aluminum (Competitors use cheap plastic)
  • Eight 8" Flags in Lavender, Red, Blue, Green, Coral, Orange, Beige & Yellow
  • Rotates 180 degrees, Non-electrical
  • Includes 5 Year Warranty
  • Custom Colors & Text Available On Omnimedstore.com

Omnimed 291712-8 Exam Room Flags, 2 Flags, 8"

Omnimed 291712-8 Exam Room Flags, 2 Flags, 8
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Powder coated aluminum room Flag system 8" long flags in 6 vibrant colors 5 Year warranty
  • 8" long flags in 6 vibrant colors
  • 5 Year warranty

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 8" 2 Flag System

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag, 8
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Flags Made of High Quality Powder Coated Aluminum (Competitors use cheap plastic)
  • Two 8" long flags in Red & Gray
  • Rotates 180 degrees, Non-electrical
  • Includes 5 Year Warranty
  • Custom Colors & Text Available On Omnimedstore.com

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag,8" 6 Flag System

Medical Exam Room Status & Signal Flag,8
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Flags Made of High Quality Powder Coated Aluminum (Competitors use cheap plastic)
  • Six 8" Flags In Red, Blue, Orange, Green Yellow & Grey
  • Rotates 180 degrees, Non-electrical
  • Includes 5 Year Warranty
  • Custom Colors & Text Available On Omnimedstore.com

Non-Emergent ER Visits: Why You'll Have a Long Wait

Recently, my friend went to the emergency room for a sore throat about 1 a.m., and she stated to me that she had to wait three hours to be told that she had a virus.

Trying to be politically correct without upsetting her, I tried to explain why she may have had to wait. I stated that the emergency room is constantly invaded by non-urgent issues that can be taken care just as easily in the morning with a family physician or an out patient health care facility. However, that the most common reasons that an emergency room is frequently visited at night time is for issues that are non-urgent due to not wanting to wait a long time or people wanting a quick fix. This in turn ties up the night shift which is not as heavily staffed during the night as the day shift would be. Of course, she looked at me as if I was just defending my profession.

And to some degree I was, but I also know that being on both ends of the spectrum a patient, as well as a provider the resources are limited during the night. As a provider what is most frustrating is that the true emergencies in the middle of the night are more difficult to give full attention to because the time and limited resources are being utilized in non-urgent cases. As a patient with severe abdominal pain, having to wait because there are only two providers at night is even more frustrating so I don't which of the two cases is worse. But I do know that at both ends it is trying.

Everyone deserves the attention that is needed, however at what time it will be given will have to be determined by what else is going on at that moment. And this holds true for anytime, day or night. In an emergency room anything can happen.

Of course, if there is any doubt whether something is a true emergency or not then that person should be evaluated, however I have to stress that once an individual is triaged and placed into a certain category and if deemed a not emergent situation their wait may be slightly lengthier due to either staffing, caring for the emergent cases or other lack of resources that are not readily available during that time.

Take-Home Tip:

If symptoms start early in the day try to contact either your family physician, an urgent health center or if needed respond to the ER at that time (remember resources are more easily available during the day).

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