team practice

team practice

professional practice by a group of professionals that may include physicians, nurses, and others, such as a social worker, nutritionist, or physical therapist, who manage the care of a specified number of patients as a coordinated group, usually in an outpatient setting.

team prac·tice

(tēm praktis)
Collaborative group of dental professionals who collaboratively manage patient care.
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Perkins then driven to the team practice facility and turned the gun on himself, orphaning the couple's infant daughter.
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Before the start of regular team practice, I like to divide the team into three groups for individualized attention.
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