House-doctor



noun
1.
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noun
1.
a resident physician in a hospital, hotel, or other public institution.
noun
1.
a house officer working in a medical as opposed to a surgical discipline Compare house surgeon
2.
a physician who lives in a hospital or other institution in which he is employed Compare resident (sense 7)

house physician n.

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