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Synonyms for resident

Synonyms for resident

a physician (especially an intern) who lives in a hospital and cares for hospitalized patients under the supervision of the medical staff of the hospital

living in a particular place

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used of animals that do not migrate

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A fifth-year surgical resident may be doing the same work as the doctor who's supposed to be supervising him, but he's pulling in about $30,000, while the surgeon could be making $600,000 or more, and the hospital CEO who determines those salaries could be making close to a million.
Wallace, a surgical resident, walked into Jesse's room.
a second-year surgical resident with retractor in hand, when it suddenly struck him, "I don't want to do this every day for the rest of my life.
Hodgett, a surgical resident, who also made two or three unsuccessful attempts in the left internal jugular vein.
Investigators previously had found that a first-year surgical resident had been left alone for 3 hours to provide care for 34 patients in the transplant unit on the day Hurewitz died.
He is doing as well as we could hope for at this point in time and we just have to be patient and see how he responds to the injury,'' said Greg Tiao, the chief surgical resident at Childrens Hospital.
Research by Zarins surgical resident Bradford Tropea.
Scaife, and his colleagues at the University of Utah and Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City, including first author and surgical resident Katie W.
Hitoshi Nikaidoh, a 35-year-old surgical resident, is decapitated in a freak elevator accident at a hospital in Houston, Texas.
And about 11 years ago, a surgical resident committed suicide.
Hinojosa, a surgical resident at the University of California, Irvine.
Joel Korelitz performed the surgery, assisted by a surgical resident and Tari Berke, a scrub nurse, and Sherry Murphy, a circulating nurse.
Matthew Slater, a surgical resident who had assisted during surgery, wrote out postoperative orders for a portable chest x-ray to check the placement of the central line.
John Roche, a surgical resident from the University of California, Davis, who was en route from Sacramento to Dallas aboard American Flight 1158, was answering a call for a physician from flight attendants who had discovered an unconscious passenger in the cabin.