Of, or related to, the art of healing. Pertaining to medicine, a scientifically based discipline dedicated to the prevention and treatment of disease and injury. The word comes from the Latin word "medicus," which means physician.
Used most frequently in the R classes, but also in QP and QR, to indicate works more of interest to physicians than scientists.
of or belonging to Aesculapius or the healing art
A licensed physician (medial doctor or REVIEW doctor of osteopathy) responsible for receiving OFFICER laboratory results generated by an employer' s drug testing program who has knowledge of substance (MRO) abuse disorders and has appropriate medical training to interpret and evaluate an individual's confirmed positive test results together with his/her medical history and any other relevant biomedical information.
A document from a physician or other approved entity with the health information of the proposed insured and submitted to an insurance provider to supply medical evidence of insurability or lack there of.
A document completed by a physician or another approved examiner and submitted to an insurer to supply medical evidence of insurability (or lack of insurability) or in relation to a claim.
Services provided by a doctor, specialist, radiologist, pathologist or anaesthetist.
oncologist: A doctor who specializes in using chemotherapy to treat cancer.