Most Spaniards who can afford it have their family or bolster doctor, the medico de Cabecera, and their confessor.
If you're quite comfortable, I'll step down to the village and fetch the medico.
In Italian, grillo also means caprice, and especially amorous caprice; and medico grillo is applied to a foolish doctor.
medico (pathetically, with a view to touching the Dealer's heart).
While he was seated at table, Hanks, who had gone on deck to see the medico off, returned.
Not being a "medico" I can not vouch for this, but you can take it for what it is worth.
Ive had my own medico and two sick-bay men working over the cases.
The medico held my chin in the usual way, and examined my throat.
The medico admitted that there was some reason in the woman's view.
If I have no check, I hope to be soon discharged by the medico.
"medical practitioner," 1680s, from Spanish médico or Italian medico, from Latin medicus (see medical (adj.)).
medico med·i·co (měd'ĭ-kō')
A medical student.
Medical science: medicolegal.