At the end of the half-hour, Lefevre and the house-physician were again by Lady Mary's bedside.
He had a further interview with the house-physician and the head nurse.
A “house-physician” and “house-surgeon” is a member of the resident medical staff of a hospital.
Then he tiptoed away, meeting at the door the house-physician.
For if possible they must be admitted; and at any rate they must be seen by the house-surgeon or house-physician on duty.
The house-physician was somewhat surprised by his appearance.
He and the house-physician looked at each other pale and shaken.
He summoned his trusted assistant, the house-physician, again.
I instructed my house-physician not how much opium to give, but what effects to produce by it.
This was the house-physician, who was to take charge of the case; a young man, handsome and rather dapper.
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.