general practitioner


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

general practitioner

a physician who does not specialize but has a medical practice (general practice) in which he deals with all illnesses
References in periodicals archive ?
For the village, the office of a general practitioner is like a mini-hospital.
Point-of-care CRP testing cannot replace a general practitioner.
TAP) - Work of the 2nd Maghreb Congress of General Medicine started on Saturday in Tunis, at the initiative of the Society of General Practitioners in Tunisia and with the participation of over 300 general practitioners and physicians specializing in family practice.
Since Music Law for the General Practitioner was written for a primary audience other than music industry educators, it is not a perfect fit for music industry educators' (or students') use.
Citing lack of corroborated evidence, the Dubai Court of First Instance dropped the charges of breaching medical instructions against the 53-year-old Indian general practitioner and acquitted him of ending the life of the Asian woman.
The general practitioner (GP) fee in Bulgaria will no longer be determined on the basis of the minimum wage, according to amendments to the Health Insurance Act passed on second reading Wednesday.
6 February 2012 - Britaina[euro](tm)s United Business Media (LON:UBM) said today it had disposed of its local agriculture and medical general practitioner portfolios to the founders of Briefing Media Ltd for GBP10m (USD15.
Ltd (NationWide), a pioneering chain of general practitioner (GP) and paediatric clinics, launched its 3rd primary care centre in Bangalore today.
Rebecca Pena, one of two dentists on staff at the Smile Shoppe, does so much that she's been jokingly referred to as the ``Super GP,'' for super general practitioner.
Try the Memory Impairment Screen, the Mini-Cog, and the General Practitioner Assessment of Cognition tests.
Please, when looking for treatment for yourself or a family member, don't stop at your general practitioner or with your imam, pastor, or other spiritual leader
According to annual surveys of Canadian physicians, the median wait for treatment after a referral from a general practitioner jumped by 90 percent between 1993 and 2003--from 9.

Full browser ?