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general practitioner

a physician who does not specialize but has a medical practice (general practice) in which he deals with all illnesses
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When brand teams emphasize general practitioner efforts in product messages, they develop very valuable working relationships with patient advocate groups.
He said: "I have in mind that among the recipients were general practitioners at the Donneybrook House surgery in Hyde and the Brooke Practice in Hyde.
Harvey Snider, DDS, a general practitioner, has used OraScan successfully both for the identification of an asymptomatic cancerous lesion and for biopsy site selection.
Health care providers in the Netherlands consist of approximately 6,500 general practitioners or family doctors, 7,500 consulting physicians, and 9,700 physiotherapists (a category that combines podiatry, chiropractic, and traditional physical therapy).
The paper suggests that, with respect to emergency departments, the Commonwealth should fund all noninpatient medical and pharmaceutical services, the establishment of designated primary care clinics within accident and emergency departments, improvements in networks between hospitals and general practitioners, and establishment of appropriate remuneration methods for such services.
Special requirements for bankruptcy attorneys that could trip up general practitioners
Bean continued, "The advances and refinements in prosthetics are truly mind boggling, and the dedicated general practitioners across the country work very hard keeping up for the sake of their patients.
Most general practitioners are unaware of the potential benefits of hormone therapy.
OraPharma has over 100 sales professionals calling on periodontists and a targeted group of periodontal focused general practitioners.
Market drivers include the aging population, technological advances, increasing public acceptance, and an increasing number of dental general practitioners and specialists incorporating these technologies and techniques into their practice.

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