The clinic, a large house surrounded by single-family homes, is immaculate, smelling of fresh cilantro and coffee beans.
Then after the basic counseling is completed and the screening is done, they bring them to the clinic.
Hillaire spent the early morning hours of that night at a clinic with her mother, having a rape kit administered.
In its own press release, the clinic says: “The figures over 2013 show a strong growth of euthanasia in these groups.”
I am a former patient of the Red River Women's clinic located in Fargo, North Dakota.
The proper glasses are ordered for the child and in a few days he is brought back to the clinic and the frames carefully adjusted.
"Better come down to the clinic," he said gently, assisting her from the couch.
If they wanted to make the campaign of real, practical help, they could hold a clinic and have the children actually treated.
He brought her to the clinic and left her with the doctor after explaining what had happened.
The rate of growth seems normal; I'll have to check it accurately once I get him to the clinic.
1620s, from French clinique (17c.), from Latin clinicus "physician that visits patients in their beds," from Greek klinike (techne) "(practice) at the sickbed," from klinikos "of the bed," from kline "bed, couch, that on which one lies," from suffixed form of PIE root *kli- "lean, slope" (see lean (v.)).
Originally in English "bedridden person;" sense of "hospital" is 1884, from German Klinik in this sense, itself from French clinique, via the notion of "bedside medical education." The modern sense is thus reversed from the classical, when the "clinic" came to the patient. General sense of "conference for group instruction in something" is from 1919.
clinic clin·ic (klĭn'ĭk)
A facility, often associated with a hospital or medical school, that is devoted to the diagnosis and care of outpatients.
A medical establishment run by several specialists working in cooperation and sharing the same facilities.
A group session offering counsel or instruction in a particular field or activity.
A seminar or meeting of physicians and medical students in which medical instruction is conducted in the presence of the patient, as at the bedside.
A place where such instruction occurs.
A class or lecture of medical instruction conducted in this manner.