resident physician


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Synonyms for resident 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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A large annual investment of $194,125 per resident physician is placed into community-based family medicine residency programs.
Adkins by and through working in Illinois as a resident physician at the defendant hospital, had created the basis for jurisdiction over him under the "minimum contact" rule for obtaining jurisdiction.
He is developing curricula to teach medical students and resident physician financial literacy.
Objectives: Resident physician knowledge of financial reimbursement guidelines for patient encounters is limited.
Steven Murphy, resident physician at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, said he will not get the vaccine, because the danger is too great that the live virus it contains could spread to his patients.
Also, in the nation's capital is a teaching hospital where the department chairman states that there is no procedure or policy in the hospital whereby a resident physician can question the quality of care being rendered by a private attending physician.
para]]"We know that estrogen and progesterone, the two hormones involved in menopausal hormone therapy, induce blood clotting, but we didn't know whether they caused gastrointestinal bleeding," said Prashant Singh, MD, resident physician in the department of internal medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
Should the applicable standard for a resident physician be even higher?
Forest Park's rapid response team consists of a critical care nurse, respiratory therapist and a resident physician, who agree to respond to a page within two minutes.
The key for the resident physician is to become knowledgeable about practice management and look ahead as she considers taking the path that leads from employment to buying in as a shareholder.
The key for the resident physician is to become knowledgeable about practice management and look ahead as he or she considers taking the path that leads from employment to buying in as a shareholder.
Logistic regression analysis was performed to determine patient characteristics predictive of being seen by a resident physician.
Dayton was a resident physician employed by OSU and acting within the scope of her employment in treating the patient.
The racial tensions existing within the TV industry itself are manifested in some fairly self-conscious moments on screen: One character jokingly introduces himself to a Jewish resident physician, ``Greetings - I'm a black man.
The initial cases were identified retrospectively through a chart review at Miami Children's Hospital, after a resident physician at the hospital notified the Florida Poison Information Center that an infant under his care was experiencing seizures after being given star anise tea.
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