One upon whom we set our hopes when ill and our dogs when well.
A person skilled in physic, or the art of healing; one duty authorized to prescribe remedies for, and treat, diseases; a doctor of medicine.
An individual with an MD, DO, DDS, DMD, DC or DPM degree who is currently licensed to practice medicine.
Person licensed to practice medicine.
An individual qualified by education and legally authorized to practice medicine.
means (1) a doctor who is duly qualified and legally licensed to practice medicine, whose permanent practice is in the United States, who is legally authorized to and does use the designation M.D., and who is legally practicing within the scope of his or her license; or (2) a doctor who is duly qualified and legally licensed to practice osteopathy, whose permanent practice is in the United States, who is legally authorized to and does use the designation D.O., and who is legally practicing within the scope of his or her license. It does not include a Relative of a Covered Person.
under California workers' compensation law this includes medical doctors, osteopaths, chiropractors, and acupuncturists are considered physicians. Other practitioners are not.
a groundbreaking, comprehensive history of Western medical education
a licensed health care professional who diagnoses, treats, operates, or prescribes for any human disease, pain, injury, deformity, or physical condition
a member of a profession dedicated to preserving life when there is hope of doing so
an advocate for the patient as far as the patient's medical care is concerned
a person authorized to practice medicine in any state or nation, or reasonably believed by the patient so to be
a professional and is almost never paid by the hour, and the way he/she practices varies a great deal from seeing patients in an office to being on the faculty of a medical school
a scientist and a clinician but as a doctor, is and must be, more
a specialist in a medical field such as neurology (concerning the nervous system)
means a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.), Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.), Doctor of Podiatry (D.P.M.), Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.), Audiologist, Certified Nurse Anesthetist, Licensed Professional Counselor. Licensed Professional Physical Therapist, Midwife, Occupational Therapist, Optometrist (O.D.), Physiotherapist, Psychiatrist, Psychologist (PhD.), Speech Language Pathologist and any other practitioner of the healing arts who is licensed and regulated by a state or federal agency and is acting within the scope of his or her license.
A person licensed to provide health care services to patients in all of its branches by the state identified in the mailing address on the Declarations Page or the state of practice identified in the application attached to our policy.
a medical practitioner who practices within the scope of his or her license and who is licensed to prescribe and administer drugs or to perform surgery. A provider is any other licensed medical practitioner whose services are required to be covered by law in a certain area if he or she is operating within the scope of his or her license and is performing a service for which benefits are provided under this Program.
A medical doctor, an osteopath, a psychologist, an acupuncturist, an optometrist, a dentist, a podiatrist or a chiropractor licensed in California. The definition of personal physician is more limited. See personal physician.
An individual licensed by the State of Louisiana to practice as a Physician within the scope of his or her license and approved to provide Covered Services to Members.
A duly licensed doctor of medicine, osteopath, chiropractor, psychiatrist, optometrist or chiropodist, other than yourself, treating illness and injury within the scope and limitations 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.
"Physician" means a person licensed to practice any of the healing arts in Alberta. (Source: s.1(1)(v) of the Act)
A physician, or doctor, helps develop a medical care plan for each resident of a long-term care facility. Physicians make medical decisions, such as what medications residents take. They visit nursing home residents. They may also meet with a resident's family to discuss medical conditions or treatments.
A qualified doctor who specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of disease by other than surgical means.
Providers who have either a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree or a Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.) degree.
Term used in BCBSM certificates to reference medical doctors, doctors of osteopathy, doctors of podiatric medicine, doctors of chiropractic, fully licensed psychologists, doctors of dental surgery and doctors of medicine in dentistry.
A doctor of medicine or osteopathy who is licensed to practice medicine under the laws of the state or jurisdiction where the services are provided.
Anyone qualified and licensed to practice medicine and surgery by the state in which services are rendered who has the degree of Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO). Physician also means Doctors of Dentistry and Podiatry when they are acting within the scope of their license.
An individual who has received a doctor of medicine or a doctor of osteopathy degree and who is currently fully licensed to practice medicine.4
Henry VIII founded the Royal College of Physicians; a noble and well thought of profession. Use Healer details.
Doctor, health care professional, or general practitioner.
An authorized practictioner of medicine, as one graduated from a college of medicine or osteopathy and is licensed by the appropate state board.
A licensed medical doctor or doctor of osteopathy (DO) who typically participates in additional training (a residency) after medical school to specialize in a more limited field of practice.
A Provider, who is not a member of your immediate family or your eligible Spouse's immediate family, who is practicing within the scope of his or her license as a Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy; or, to the extent that specific benefits are provided, a Doctor of Dentistry, Podiatry, Optometry, or Chiropractic. A licensed Optician or Psychologist is included if performing services that are covered by the Plan.
A licensed physician, surgeon, osteopath, chiropractor, dentist, or podiatrist, practicing within the scope of the profession for which such person is licensed. For purposes of the CDSP, a physician cannot be the spouse, parent, child or sibling of the disabled member. The physician's specialty or experience must be appropriate for treating the disabling condition.
a legally licensed medical or dental doctor or surgeon to the extent that, within scope of his or her license, is permitted to perform services provided under this Plan. (See Covered Expenses section for a list of Physicians covered under this Plan.)
A person qualified to practice medicine.
A medical doctor, including a psychiatrist.
a legally qualified, licensed Doctor of Medicine.
A person who practices general medicine as distinct from surgery.
A doctor. An authorized practitioner of medicine.
1. (doc, doctor, medico) One who practices medicine and holds a medical license, particularly an M.D. who is a general practitioner or an internist. 2. A healer, one skilled in healing, or one whose influence is healthful.
A person registered under the Medical Practitioners Act.
The word physician always applies to a person who practices some type of human biological medicine. Physicians are traditionally considered to be members of a learned profession, because of the extensive training requirements and also because of the occupation's special ethical and legal duties.