physician

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} hekim

Tom mükemmel bir hekimdir. - Tom is an excellent physician.

Zaman iyi bir hekim ama kötü bir güzellik uzmanıdır. - Time is a good physician, but a bad cosmetician.

{i} doktor

Gelecekte doktor olmak istiyorum. - I want to be a physician in the future.

Tıp öğrenimi yapması için onun doktor babasının teşvikini reddettikten sonra Hawking onun yerine Matematik ve fizik üzerinde konsantre olmayı seçti. - Rejecting the urging of his physician father to study medicine, Hawking chose instead to concentrate on mathematics and physics.

(Tıp) Hekim, tabip, doktor
tıp adamı
hekimin
physician assistant
(Tıp, İlaç) Asistan doktor
physician assistant
(Tıp, İlaç) Doktor gözetiminde tıbbi müdahale yapabilen sağlık personeli
physician in ordinary
özel doktor
consulting physician
konsültan hekim
resident physician
doktor
Physicians
tabib
Physicians
doktorlar
attending physician
tedaviyi yapan doktor
attending physician
tedaviyi üstlenen doktor, ilgili doktor
chief physician
Başhekim
emergency physician
Acil hekim
head physician
Başhekim
occupational physician
İşyeri hekimi
physicians
tabipler
practising physician
pratisyen hekim
chief physician
başhekimlik
chief physician
baştabiblik
house physician
şirket doktoru
house physician
revir doktoru
municipality physician
belediye hekimi
parent relay; physician assistant; probability of arrival; public affairs
(Askeri) ana röle; fizik asistanı; varış ihtimali; halkla ilişkiler
residential physician
yatılı doktor
residential physician
hastanede kalan doktor
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A practitioner of physic, i.e. a specialist in internal medicine, especially as opposed to a surgeon; a practitioner who treats with medication rather than with surgery
A medical doctor trained in human medicine

The doctor had to go to London for a physician to take charge of his practice.

{n} one who professes the art of healing
A person who is licensed and legally authorized to practice medicine
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An individual qualified by education and legally authorized to practice medicine
means a duly qualified doctor of medicine entitled under the laws of the province, state or country where the services are rendered, to practice medicine and surgery without restriction
Any person holding a license who is duly authorized to practice medicine, practice surgery and prescribe drugs with an unrestricted scope of practice
Hence, figuratively, one who ministers to moral diseases; as, a physician of the soul
n One upon whom we set our hopes when ill and our dogs when well
means a medical doctor or doctor of osteopathy licensed by a State or Territory of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico to prescribe drugs in the practice of medicine
A person skilled in physic, or the art of healing; one duty authorized to prescribe remedies for, and treat, diseases; a doctor of medicine
a licensed medical practitioner; "I felt so bad I went to see my doctor"
– A person who is licensed as a Doctor of Medicine or a Doctor of Osteopathy
Providers who have either a Doctor of Medicine (M D ) degree or a Doctor of Osteopathy (D O ) degree Back to Top
Any doctor of medicine (M D ) or doctor of osteopathy (D O ) who is licensed and qualified under specified law or as defined in the Choice Plus Summary Plan Description
The term "Physician" means a doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathy who is legally qualified and licensed to practice medicine, surgery or obstetrics at the time and place a service is Incurred with respect to a Covered Person, other than an individual who ordinarily resides in that Covered Person’s home, or who is a member of the Immediate Family
means a Physician or Surgeon licensed to practice medicine and perform surgery, and a duly licensed Dentist, Podiatrist and Chiropractor practicing within the scope of his or her profession In the case of a Podiatrist or Chiropractor the maximum benefit duration will be 14 calendar days; thereafter, it will be necessary to be certified totally disabled by a duly licensed doctor of medicine (M D )
{i} doctor
Generally, a doctor of medicine (M D ) or a doctor of osteopathy (D O)
Means a doctor of medicine (M D ), a doctor of osteopathy (D O ), a doctor of chiropractic medicine (D C ), a doctor of dental surgery (D D S ), a doctor of dental medicine (D M D ), a doctor of podiatric medicine (D P M ), and optometrist (O D ) A clinical psychologist (Ph D , M S , or M A ), when providing treatment for mental illness or functional nervous disorders, shall also be considered a physician
One of the following when licensed and acting within the scope of that license at the time and place you are treated or receive services: Doctor of Medicine (M D ), Doctor of Osteopathy (D O ), Doctor of Dental Surgery (D D S ), Doctor of Medical Dentistry (D M D ), Doctor of Chiropractic (D C ), Doctor of Podiatry (D P M ), Doctor of Optometry (O D ), and Psychologist (Ph D or Psy D ), as defined in Section 27-1-18 of the Alabama Code PLAN: This Summary Plan Description describing the benefits of your Employee's Health Benefits Plan
In formal American English or old-fashioned British English, a physician is a doctor. a doctor
means any duly licensed practitioner of the healing arts acting within the scope of his/her license
Hospital Organizations (PHOs) - An organization that contracts with payers on behalf of one or more hospitals and affiliated physicians Physicians still own their practices
When used within the meaning of §1861(r) of the Social Security Act, and used in connection with performing any function or action, the term refers to
A Doctor of Medicine (M D ) or a Doctor of Osteopathy (D O ) who is practicing within the scope of his license, other than a close relative of the covered person
Doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathy licensed by the NC Medical Board
A licensed practitioner of the healing arts acting within the scope of the license
Any doctor of medicine (M D ) or doctor of osteopathy (D O ) who is duly licensed and qualified under the law of jurisdiction in which treatment is received, or as defined in the summary plan description
leecher
physician finger
the third finger
physician assistant
A physician assistant/associate (PA) is a healthcare professional trained and licensed to practice medicine with limited supervision by a physician
physician's desk reference
The Physicians' Desk Reference (PDR) is a commercially published compilation of manufacturers' prescribing information (package insert) on prescription drugs, updated annually. While designed to provide physicians with the full legally mandated information relevant to writing prescriptions (just as its name suggests), it is widely available in libraries and bookstores, widely used by other medical specialists, and in significant part valuable to consumers
physician-assisted suicide
suicide in which a doctor provides the medication or means to cause death
physician-assisted suicide
assisted suicide where the assistant is a physician
physician-patient privilege
the right of a physician to refuse to divulge confidential information from a patient without the consent of the patient
attending physician
doctor in teaching hospital: a physician serving on the staff of a teaching hospital doctor with main responsibility for patient: a physician who is mainly responsible for a patient at a particular time or with regard to a particular therapy or treatment
chief physician
A Chief Physician, also called Head Physician, Senior Consultant, Chief of Medicine, is a physician in a senior management position at a hospital or other institution. In many institutions, it's the title of the most senior physician, but it may also be used as the title of the most senior physician of a particular department within a larger institution. A Chief Physician generally is in charge of medical matters and often is the superior of other physicians (including Consultants or Attending physicians), but may also be in charge of other professional groups and areas of responsibility
head physician
A Chief Physician, also called Head Physician, Senior Consultant, Chief of Medicine, is a physician in a senior management position at a hospital or other institution. In many institutions, it's the title of the most senior physician, but it may also be used as the title of the most senior physician of a particular department within a larger institution. A Chief Physician generally is in charge of medical matters and often is the superior of other physicians (including Consultants or Attending physicians), but may also be in charge of other professional groups and areas of responsibility
A physician
leech
A physician
medicine
A physician
physic
chiropractic physician
{i} doctor who practices chiropractic (therapeutic treatment of disease through the manipulation of the spinal column)
house 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; "the resident was receiving special clinical training at the hospital
house physician
family doctor, general practitioner
physicians
plural of physician
primary care physician
This type of physician provides treatment for routine injuries and illnesses and focuses on preventive care Also serves as a "gatekeeper" for managed care services in that insured patients must consult the PCP first before receiving treatment from specialists
primary care physician
the physician who provides primary care; "the primary care physician acts as a gatekeeper to the medical system"
primary care physician
under the HMO and POS Options, the doctor the Member chooses to coordinate his care PCP's are family practice doctors, general practitioners, internists, pediatricians and, if approved by the particular HMO or POS, obstetrician-gynecologists
primary care physician
(Also known as Gatekeeper) A physician who serves as the patient's first point of contact with the health care system and coordinates the patient's medical care
primary care physician
In a managed health care plan, a physician, usually a general or family practitioner, who serves as the insured's personal physician and contact with the managed care plan
primary care physician
The health care professional who belongs to an HMO or POS network and provides primary care for employees, retirees, or covered dependents An employee or retiree must select a PCP when using an HMO or POS plan
primary care physician
A physician trained in one or more of the following areas: family medicine, general practice, general internal medicine, and pediatric medicine Some health plans include obstetrics-gynecology as one of the types of primary care physicians
primary care physician
A physician designated as responsible to provide specific care to a patient, including evaluation and treatment as well as referral to specialists
primary care physician
A physician chosen by an enrollee to provide primary care return to previous page
primary care physician
The doctor a patient sees first for medical care, usually a physician who is in some sense a generalist such as a family or general practitioner, general internist, pediatrician or obstetrician/gynecologist While these physicians deal with the entire person, sub-specialist physicians deal with a single body system
primary care physician
A physician who serves as a group member's first contact with a plan's health care system
primary care physician
A physician whose practice is primarily devoted to internal medicine, family/general practice, or pediatrics Within some Care Systems, an OB/GYN doctor may be considered a primary care physician
primary care physician
The physician responsible in an HMO for directing all patient care including referrals to specialists and obtaining necessary precertifications This physician is usually a General Practice, Family Practice, Pediatric or Internal Medicine specialist In some plays, women may choose an OB/GYN as their primary care physician
primary care physician
A physician the majority of whose practice is devoted to internal medicine, family/general practice and pediatrics An obstetrician/gynecologist may be considered a primary care physician
primary care physician
Some health insurance plans require members to select and seek treatment from a primary physican who either renders treatment or refers the member to an appropriate specialist within the approved health care network (H)
primary care physician
A physician, usually an internist, pediatrician or family physician, devoted to general medical care of patients Most HMOs require members to choose a primary care physician, who is then expected to provide or authorize all care for that patient
primary care physician
Usually your first contact for health care under a health maintenance organization (HMO) or point-of-service (POS) plan This is often a family physician, internist, or pediatrician A primary care physician monitors your health, treats most health problems, and authorizes referrals to specialists, if necessary
primary care physician
These specialized physicians provide a full range of health care services to individuals and generally coordinate and "manage" the care of HMO patients Family practice physicians, general internal medicine physicians and pediatricians are recognized by managed health plans as primary care physicians Some HMOs recognize obstetrician/gynecologists as primary care physicians Click here to find a primary care physician affiliated with Presbyterian
primary care physician
A doctor designated by an HMO or other managed health care company to be the first physician a patient contacts for any medical problem The doctor acts as the patient's regular physician and as a gate-keeper who determines if the patient needs to see a specialist or requires hospitalization
primary care physician
The physician who is responsible for coordinating all care for an individual patient, from providing direct health care services to referring the patient to specialists and hospital care Managed care plans such as HMOs rely on PCPs to coordinate subscribers' care Back to Top
primary care physician
Under a health maintenance organization or point-of-service plan, a primary care physician is the first contact for health care A primary care physician (usually a general practitioner) is often used as a "gate keeper" to make referrals to health care specialists, as necessary
primary care physician
A physician, usually an internist, pediatrician, or family physician, devoted to the general medical care of patients Most HMOs require members to choose a primary care physician, who is then expected to provide or authorize all care for that patient
primary care physician
a physician that is responsible for providing, prescribing, authorizing and coordinating all medical care and treatment
primary care physician
Under a health maintenance organization (HMO) or point-of-service (POS) plan, a primary care physician is usually the first contact for health care This is often a family physician, internist, or pediatrician A primary care physician makes referrals to specialists if necessary
primary care physician
A Participating Physician who supervises, coordinates and provides initial care and basic medical services as a general or family care practitioner, or in some cases, as an internist or a pediatrician to members, initiates their Referral for specialist care, and maintains continuity of patient care
primary care physician
Under an HMO or Point-of-Service (POS) plan, a primary care physician is usually your first contact for health care This is usually a general practitioner, family practitioner, internal medicine or pediatrician The primary care physician makes referrals to specialists when medically necessary
primary care physician
the physician who provides primary care; "the primary care physician acts as a gatekeeper to the medical system
resident physician
a resident (2)
physician

    Расстановка переносов

    phy·si·cian

    Турецкое произношение

    fızîşın

    Антонимы

    patient

    Произношение

    /fəˈzəsʜən/ /fəˈzɪʃən/

    Этимология

    [ f&-'zi-sh&n ] (noun.) 13th century. From Middle English fisicien from Old French fisicïen (“physician”) from fisique (“art of healing”) from Latin physica (“natural science”) from Ancient Greek φυσική επιστήμη (knowledge of nature) from φυσικός (pertaining to nature) from φύσις (nature) from φύειν (to bring forth, to produce) from Proto-Indo-European *bheu- (“to exist, grow”). Displaced native Middle English læche, leche "physician" (from Old English lǣċe "physician, medical doctor").

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