The house doctor, who so impressed my friend, had lived for years in the place, and seemed to have no ideas beyond it.
John found the ward Sister with the house doctor at the bed of a patient.
Then the house doctor says the curtain's got to come down to prevent the epidemic from spreadin' to the audience.
The house doctor maintains that they will save her, but that she will come out of it ten years older and without any strength.
Excitement, exposure, and the blow; these accounted for the condition in which a house doctor had found her.
house physician n.
A physician, especially an intern or a resident who cares for hospitalized patients under the supervision of the surgical and medical staff of a hospital.
A physician employed by a hotel or another establishment.