general practitioner

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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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Family Practice was recognized for the first time as a medical specialty in the United States of America (USA) in 1967.
Bridges Family Practice is a working example of how that innovative approach has delivered.
September 26, 2015 DABCI Kick Start (Phoenix, AZ) Introduction to Chiropractic Family Practice Instructor: Michael Taylor, DC DABCI
Perception of the Participants about the Degree of Importance and Training Adequacy in Procedural Skills Needed for Family Practice
Espresso Family Practice was designed to be used in a wide variety of scenarios/contexts by Family Medicine Physicians, namely:
correspondent, Ankara Provincial Health Director Mustafa Aksoy said family practice was currently under implementation in 40 provinces in Turkey.
Both Nurse Practitioners are Board Certified in Family Practice and have hospital privileges at both local facilities in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
The petition, to be sent to the Black Country Family Practice and to Sandwell Primary Care Trust, asks fellow patients to also make their concerns known individually.
He is busy full-time helping to supervise his 24 residents as they care for patients in the family practice center at York Hospital.
Internal medicine residents self-reported greater preparedness to treat typically inpatient conditions than family practice residents, while family practice residents self-reported greater preparedness to treat typically outpatient conditions, said Dr.
The Access Project, organized by a small group of family practice physicians in New York City, is another example of recent mobilization.
From VitalWorks comes the FPstation, a family practice EMR system.

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