doctorless

doctorless

(ˈdɒktərlɪs)
adj
(Medicine) without a doctor
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There are 33 doctors who are products of the old scholarship program who are now serving in the poorest and priority "doctorless" areas in Central Visayas, he said.
I speak of the 'Doctors to the Barrios' (DTTB) - the group of fresh medical graduates who spend two years to serve as rural physicians and health officers of doctorless municipalities all over the country - from Itbayat in Batanes to Cagayancillo in Palawan.
Dr Sumit Chowdhury, former president of Enterprise Business at Reliance Jio, clubs a set of applications that could work under the term 'Utopian Digital Village' - it must be a set of common cloud-based applications delivering bookless schools, doctorless clinics, paperless commerce, and a cashless economy.
The country is only now coming to terms with the "medical crisis", with "doctorless" towns and cities in the Philippines becoming an increasing and alarming reality.
500 households (doctorless village) Population 1831 Specific * Households consisting comments of single, elderly residents (23 cared for by home helpers) * Five bedridden, elderly residents To raise the information and knowledge levels of individual residents, a multimedia centre was installed in the town hall, public facilities were networked to each home using ISDN, and health preservation, social welfare, education services and government information were made available.
He seems to believe that lessons in deferring gratification are all that our ill-nourished, neglected, doctorless, crack market-targeted, discriminated-against children need if they're to find fulfillment in workfare job slots and prison cells.
Her writings present a sharp contrast to her contemporary Emily Innes's description of Southeast Asia as a "tailorless,-cobblerless, doctorless, bookless, milkless, postless and altogether comfortless jungle."(46) In this respect, at least, Leonowens's representation of Siam very rarely constructs it as the lacking other or margin of a civilized imperial center.
Though we are thankfully long past the time when doctors were becoming nurses, doctors remain heavily concentrated on urban areas; many areas remain doctorless; many agencies - i.e., the Food and Drug Administration - remain understaffed.
Perlas volunteered to the DOH's 'Doctors to the Barrios' program and stayed to serve as municipal health officer of Sapad, Lanao del Norte province, which had been doctorless for 12 long years.
But many LGUs still don't have MHOs and are therefore "doctorless" for a variety of reasons.