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house staff

house staff in Medicine

house staff n.
The physicians and surgeons in specialty training at a hospital who care for patients under the direction and responsibility of attending staff.

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  • Of the house staff, the only two who strike me as really efficient are the primary teacher and the furnace-man.

    Dear Enemy Jean Webster
  • Promising Filipino graduates would be given internships and other positions on the house staff of the hospital.

  • Even Mr. Enslee's cook hardly knows it's here; he doesn't permit any of the servants except the house staff to come out front.

    What Will People Say? Rupert Hughes
  • There were but few of the house staff visible, and those few were methodically busy with preparations to close up.

    The Destroying Angel Louis Joseph Vance

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