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surgeon

1. a medical practioner who specializes in surgery
2. a medical officer in the Royal Navy
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"If there's any alteration in a patient's condition, the house surgeon and DNM are called."
On March 15th 1897 Dr O'Carroll, the House Surgeon, or doctor-in-charge of New Plymouth Hospital, sent a memo to the dispenser of the hospital.
Keats was apprenticed to a surgeon in 1811, but he broke off the apprenticeship in 1814 and went to live in London, where he worked as a dresser, or junior house surgeon. After 1817 he devoted himself entirely to poetry.
She began her medical career as a house surgeon in 1961 at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle, England.
Jennette was allotted a few beds in the surgical ward of Stobhill where I was a House Surgeon. He came twice a week to assess his patients.
It was August 1983 when I joined as house surgeon later to be the junior most medical officer of the Anaesthesia Department of Services Hospital Lahore then affiliated with Allama Iqbal Medical College Lahore.
For example, in my role, I work with three consultants, two registrars, one house surgeon and one intern.
Meanwhile, anxiety levels among the members of medical fraternity, especially in the government hospital, shot up further when three doctors including a house surgeon were found infected by the swine flu virus.
For two years before the war he was at the Liverpool Southern Hospital where he served in turn as house physician and house surgeon. He joined the Scottish on mobilisation as second medical officer.
After serving as house surgeon at UCH and a period of study in Germany, he was appointed surgical registrar and, at the early age of 28, was put on the staff of UCH as Assistant Surgeon.
Prior to the introduction of the nurse-led programme, clerical staff would attend the pre-admission clinic and once there, patients faced long waits to see the house surgeon scheduled to admit them.
Dr Halpin, an assistant house surgeon at the City of Dublin Hospital, testified that Mrs Sinico had two fractured lower ribs, a severe contusion to the right shoulder, and an injury to the right side of her head, but that '...