house physician

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Synonyms for house physician

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

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Jackson, a rear admiral in the Navy and the White House physician, told reporters on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump with White House physician Dr Ronny Jackson
Returning to civilian life, he embarked on a career that took him from House Physician at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary to become one of the most respected experts in Neurology of his generation.
For two years before the war he was at the Liverpool Southern Hospital where he served in turn as house physician and house surgeon.
The laptop, with accessories and full documentation, originally belonged to White House physician Robert Darling, who lent it to Clinton when NASA informed the president that Glenn wanted to swap emails with him.
Connie Mariano, a former White House physician from Arizona, who was fielding calls from patients while a guest at a dinner at the home of Michael F.
We do not know what Roosevelt was told about his condition by Vice Admiral Ross McIntire, the White House physician, who controlled access to him and forbade consulting experts to engage in direct discussion with him.
Bush until she was personally selected by incoming President Clinton to be the White House physician and director of the Medical Unit.
About 1 1/2 hours later, a house physician examined the patient, and, after speaking with the attending physician, transferred her to a step-down telemetry unit.
Arungashu Ganguly, another promoter, was a consultant of interventional cardiology at Suraksha Hospital, Kolkata, and Batra Heart Research Centre, New Delhi, and the resident house physician in Medical College, Calcutta.
In his first year as a doctor, he worked as a house physician at St Catherine's Hospital in Birkenhead and a house surgeon at Sefton General Hospital.
PRESIDENT Barack Obama is in "excellent health" and "fit for duty" the White House physician said yesterday after his first check-up in office.
I well remember, as a humble house physician at Cardiff Royal Infirmary, being told by the then senior physician, Dr William Phillips, that he had appointed an outstanding young consultant who would revolutionise the care of the elderly in Cardiff.
* James Young, MD, the White House physician for Presidents Kennedy and Johnson during their terms in office
He works 40 hours or more in his house physician role and spends additional time on administrative tasks and patient safety initiatives.