Medical Care

  • (noun): Professional treatment for illness or injury.
    Synonyms: medical aid

Some articles on medical care, care, medical:

Community Pharmacy - Medical Care
... The term medical care is not synonymous with health care ... It ranges from domiciliary care to residence hospital care ... Medical care is a subset of health care system ...
Minnesota Veterans Home
... that the United States should provide care for its veterans ... As such, it was beautifully landscaped, and medical care was not provided until after World War I ... Even then, medical care was a secondary goal ...
Stanley Internment Camp - Life At Camp
... for such matters as housing, food, and medical care ... groups remained mostly independent of each other except for matters of welfare and medical care ... Another concern was the health and medical care of the internees ...
Mohammed Fazle Rabbee - Personal Beliefs and Political Movements
... Rabbee, a humanitarian, believed in Ganamukhi Chikitsha and provided free medical care to thousands of poor patients ... The captivating speech inspired everyone to provide good medical care for free to those who couldn’t afford it. 27, 1971 he became very disturbed when he visited Dhaka medical college (his workplace) with his wife and saw the extent of the massacre committed by Pakistani army on innocent ...
Features and Benefits - Medical Expenses Eligible For Reimbursement Under A Section 125 Cafeteria Plan
... Acupuncture Adoption related medical costs Air conditioner filters for allergy relief Alcoholism treatment Ambulance services Attendant for blind or deaf student Autoette Birth control pills ...

Famous quotes containing the words care and/or medical:

    Feeling needy—mistaking vulnerability for weakness—doesn’t fit in with our image of what being a mother is all about. If we are needy, how can we care well for a much needier baby? There is a widespread feeling that we have to do it all alone, and if we don’t know something, or can’t manage it, or, heaven forbid, don’t want to, there is something lacking in our makeup.
    Sally Placksin (20th century)

    Unusual precocity in children, is usually the result of an unhealthy state of the brain; and, in such cases, medical men would now direct, that the wonderful child should be deprived of all books and study, and turned to play or work in the fresh air.
    Catherine E. Beecher (1800–1878)