Consulting physician


Related to Consulting physician: attending physician
(Med.) a physician who consults with the attending practitioner regarding any case of disease.

See also: Consulting

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Trefusis, having accompanied the consulting physician to the door, detected the family doctor in the act of pulling a long face just outside it.
At the last plea of the ingenuous priest a chuckle broke out of him from inside, and he threw himself into an arm-chair in an ironical attitude of the consulting physician.
HMC has an active medical staff providing cardiology, family practice, obstetrics and gynecology, general surgery, hospitalist services, pediatrics, internal medicine, orthopedics, podiatry, and consulting physician services which include gastroenterology, pathology, radiology, urology, cardiology, and ophthalmology.
Mens National Soccer Team, clinical director for the Gatorade Sports Science Institute at IMG Academy, former trainer for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and consulting physician for the Baltimore Orioles and a number of other professional sports teams, Dr.
Cpt And Evaluation And Management Codes Present On Admission Indicators Discharge Disposition Date And Doctor For Procedures Performed Consulting Physician s Name And Date Of Consult Other, As Required For Reporting Purposes
Rubinson recently returned from treating more than 300 Ebola patients in Sierra Leone as a consulting physician for the World Health Organization.
Whitlock, MD, is a consulting physician for Physician Wellness Services in Minneapolis, MN.
Robert Stark, MD, is a consulting physician with Physician Wellness Services in Minneapolis, MN.
Consulting physician, Edgbaston Evening Mail, July 31, 1975
He is currently the Vice Chairman of the Medical Executive Committee at Centennial Hills Hospital and is the consulting physician for the Nevada Athletic Commission.
The individual must have also been diagnosed by the patient's doctor and a consulting physician as having an incurable disease that, with "reasonable medical judgment," will cause death within six months.
Others delay consulting physician until the symptoms become unbearable, explains Dr Shaimaa Hamza Ibrahim, Specialist Surgeon, Zulekha Hospital, Sharjah.

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