Through the open doorway her voice tore anxiously, summoning a house physician.
He is attached as house physician to the Odon, and to him the comedians come for advice.
The house physician had evidently taken time to speak to the invalid about the change he advised.
The house physician then passes on their physical condition.
The house physician could find nothing wrong apparently—in fact, said it was entirely a case of heart failure.
He had been sent by the house physician to take notes on a certain case.
The house physician called her into his office before she went up to the ward in which her father had been placed.
There they were stretched out upon davenports and remedies applied by the house physician.
The boy remembered having seen the house physician, Dr. Carey, at a late breakfast in the café, and got him up here at once.
But what the house physician had told her was uppermost in her mind as she left the institution.
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.