It would be valuable to have more competent physicians with deep clinical expertise be able to work with patients.
So when constituents demanded that he pass a patients' bill of rights in the early 2000s, he fought hard for it.
In 2009 midwives performed 637 deliveries and transferred another 160 patients to the hospital either before or during labor.
The studies are notable because Catholic nuns are among the patients, even though the Vatican has condemned stem-cell research.
It improves the value for the amount invested for the patients.
Such were the vain projects that revolved and fermented through the doctor's agitated brain as he went among his patients.
The other patients avoid her, and it was some time before I noticed it.
We do not know whether our patients recover because we give them medicine, or because nature cures them.
We are channels through which truth must flow to our patients.
Nearly a hundred hospitals and clinics were established, and half a million patients were treated.
patient pa·tient (pā'shənt)
One who receives medical attention, care, or treatment.