resident medical officer


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resident medical officer

A middle-grade registrar (junior doctor) in the UK who handles most of the medical emergencies in hospital after hours.
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(3) Resident Medical Officer & Clinical Tutor, North Bengal Medical College, Sushrutnagar, Darjeeling.
Taylor and McCord were however thwarted by the white-dominated South African medical profession and it was only in 1945, when Dr J L Njongwe became McCord's first resident medical officer, that Taylor established a Natal-based lobby group called the 'medical school committee'.
"He was having a mild discomfort and refused to go for any further treatment," said Mr Desai's consultant and centre's resident medical officer Dr Kamarudheen.
Ben graduated in 1961 and became resident Medical Officer for the next two years at St.
Civil Surgeon and Resident Medical Officer (RMO) of Fever Hospital, Padmaja told ANI that malarial and viral cases are increasing in the city due to seasonal changes and fluctuations in the temperature.
Genuine patients who require emergency care are sent elsewhere to hospitals having a Resident Medical Officer (RMO) round-the-clock.
He was a Resident Medical Officer at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in 1912 and Assistant Physician there until 1928.
Taking note of the matter, the resident medical officer (RMO) of the hospital assured action in the incident.

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