a family doctor who works from a local surgery to provide medical advice and treatment to patients registered on their list
A physician who provides basic care. Unlike like a family physician, who must complete a three-year residency in obstetrics, pediatrics, internal medicine, and surgery, the general practitioner does not undergo specialized training after medical school.
For a patient suffering from ED, a visit to doctor is a logical first step for diagnosis and treatment. Tests for ED are simple and non-invasive and generally include a thorough review of a patient's medical and sexual history plus various tests. These can include an ultrasound that checks vascular functioning, checking arteries and neurological tests.
a physician who is not a specialist but treats all illnesses
a doctor who treats common illnesses
This is a licensed physician in a province or territory who practises community-based medicine and refers patients to specialists when the diagnosis suggests it is appropriate. Some services a general practitioner may provide are: consultation, diagnosis, reference, counselling, advice on health care and prevention of illness, minor surgeries, and prescribing medicines.
A family doctor, usually patients' first point of contact with the health service.
a family doctor. GPs diagnose, prescribe treatment and work towards the prevention of illness by health promotion and screening. When appropriate, GPs will make a referral to a consultant. It is important to consult with your GP before talking to our No Win no Fee lawyers if you believe you may be suffering from an injury or ailment for which you might be due compensation.
a doctor who is trained in all aspects of health care (not a specialist), sometimes known as a primary care physician
a family doctor who works from a local surgery or health centre, providing advice and treatment to patients registered with that surgery/health centre.
Also commonly referred to as family doctors.
Means a medical doctor who is: Vocationally Registered under section 3F of the Health Insurance Act 1973; or a holder of the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) who participates in, and meets the requirements for, quality assurance and continuing medical education as defined in the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Quality Assurance and Continuing Education Programme; or undertaking an approved placement in general practice as part of a training program for general practice leading to the award of the FRACGP, or undertaking an approved placement in general practice as part of some other training program recognised by the RACGP as being of equivalent standard.
A doctor who treats patients of all ages and either sex and can care for the whole family.
A healthcare provider, that takes care of general healthcare needs, and refers patients to a specialist, as needed. This physician usually is the Primary Care Provider.
A doctor who provides general medical treatment for people who live in a particular area.
Practitioners have not specialized and are not certified by a Board; they are qualified to diagnose and treat general medical and surgical conditions in all body systems and regions, in people of all age groups. Specialty: General Practice Common Name: General Doctor
A doctor with general training in medicine (not trained in a medical specialty). When you have a medical condition, you usually go to a general practitioner who evaluates your condition. For simple conditions, they may treat you themselves, but for more complicated conditions they will refer you to a specialist.
A medical or dental practitioner registered in the UK for general practice.
community doctor of the first instance
A physician who provides basic care. See family practitioner.
A physician whose practice is not limited to a specialty.
A general practitioner (GP), family physician or family practitioner (FP) is a physician/medical doctor who provides primary care. A GP/FP treats acute and chronic illnesses, provides preventive care and health education for all ages and both sexes. Some also care for hospitalized patients, do minor surgery and/or obstetrics, where they have hospital privileges.