New access points improve the health status and decrease health disparities of the medically underserved populations to be served.
My mom was relieved to find out that it was a medically inspected place used mostly by government officials.
When the government holds individuals in its custody, it must provide them with medically necessary care.
Unfortunately, he was found to be medically unfit for service.
I went to a Web site based in the U.K.—the leading supplier for medically proven SAD lights.
medically speaking, he could not say that it indicated anything more than a highly neurotic condition.
I am afraid that, medically speaking, the end of your troubles is not yet.
Their situation has been surgically and medically recorded in the surgeon-general's official reports.
And medically he demonstrated how this struggle was impossible.
medically, they have the reputation of being highly antiscorbutic and of aiding digestion.
1640s, from French médical, from Late Latin medicalis "of a physician," from Latin medicus "physician, surgeon, medical man" (n.); "healing, madicinal" (adj.), from mederi "to heal, give medical attention to, cure," originally "know the best course for," from an early specialization of the PIE root *med- "to measure, limit, consider, advise, take appropriate measures" (cf. Greek medomai "be mindful of," medein "to rule;" Avestan vi-mad- "physician;" Latin meditari "think or reflect on, consider;" Irish miduir "judge;" Old English metan "to measure out"); also see meditation. The earlier adjective in English in this sense was medicinal. Related: Medically.
1917, short for medical examination.
medical med·i·cal (měd'ĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, or characterizing the study or practice of medicine.
Requiring treatment by medicine.