medical officer


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medical officer

Physician with officer rank. Also called MO.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.medical officer - a medical practitioner in the armed forcesmedical officer - a medical practitioner in the armed forces
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
flight surgeon - a medical officer specializing in aviation medicine
medical man, medical practitioner - someone who practices medicine
Surgeon General - the senior medical officer in an Army or Navy
Translations

medical officer

n (Mil) → medico militare (Admin) → ufficiale m sanitario
References in classic literature ?
The proper medical officer will report officially on the case, and the law will place her under the necessary restraint."
Our chief medical officer is writing a monograph about it.) So Imam Din and I emptied out the corpse one time, with my shaving soap and trade gunpowder, and hot water.
"The medical officer of health for Brighton," said he when he returned.
Sindh government's burgeoning list of run-away staffers includes a senior medical officer of Civil Hospital, a medical officer of the Larkana Central Jail, and a senior medical officer of the Rural Health Centre in Mirpurkhas District.
Blood tests were conducted in the camp under the supervision of Chief Medical Officer Salma Kausar.
Drug discovery company Selvita SA (WSE:SLV) reported on Wednesday the addition of Setareh Shamsili, MD, PhD, as its chief medical officer.
Prior to joining Castle Creek, Dr Spellman managed the planning and execution of late-stage clinical programs as chief medical officer of Menlo Therapeutics.
The guidance, published by the chief medical officers, including Dr Frank Atherton for Wales, also warns parents they should never assume a child is happy to have their photo published online.
The guidance, published by the chief medical officers, also warns parents that they should never assume a child is happy to have their photo published online.
Michelle Gourdine, currently the health system's senior vice president for population healthand primary care, will serve as interim chief medical officer. Gourdine is a past Baltimore County health commissioner and serves on the University System of Maryland Board of Regents.
The nurse, who is deployed at the neuro-surgical Intensive Care Unit (ICU), filed an application to the hospital's nursing superintendent on October 12, stating that when she was on duty on the night of Oct 9 in the ICU, medical officer Dr Mughal tried to take her into his room.
Pugh, a general practitioner in Kildare for the past eight years, joined the Turf Club, now the IHRB, in 2012, and has been a point-to-point medical officer since 2003.

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