“chirurgeon” is a 16th century reversion to the Greek origin.
The chirurgeon came and dressed your wound, and it is healing well.
Then she wrote as if to her chirurgeon and apothecary, explaining her sickness and requiring drugs.
The chirurgeon turned to the Queen and Bertrade de Montfort.
This was Reynier Schaets, chirurgeon and justice of the peace, killed in the massacre of 1690.
He took these with him when he slunk away, nor did he forget the "chirurgeon's Gun and all his Money."
The foremost was Cromwell, the other was Trappam, the chirurgeon.
A group of men moved towards them--Powell, a chirurgeon, a soldier or two.
He is a barber and chirurgeon, and lives in the Rue Mortbec.
Every barber, you know, used to be a surgeon, only he spelled it chirurgeon.
1530s, representing a failed Renaissance attempt to restore Greek spelling to the word that had got into English as surgeon; now, thank the gods, archaic. Related: Chirurgery. Cf. French chirurgien.