We had a guest from the U.K., Sir Brian Jarman, a general practitioner from London.
He early entered into business as a general practitioner, but his ambition led him very soon to be an instructor.
Where did she get this experience as a general practitioner?
Is it a question of being a specialist or a general practitioner?
He might have done for the army or navy; but as a general practitioner he had no chance.
"Why, we've done nothing but talk shop," says the general practitioner.
I could set up as a general practitioner of medicine on the advice that is given me.
The elder Parr was a general practitioner at Harrow, "a man" (as his son described him) "of a very robust and vigorous intellect."
Dr. West was a general practitioner, holding an Edinburgh degree only.
The interest taken in psychiatry by the general practitioner and by the consulting internist has been growing rapidly of late.
general practitioner n.
Abbr. G.P., GP
A physician whose practice consists of providing ongoing care covering a variety of medical problems in patients of all ages, often including referral to appropriate specialists. Also called family doctor.