Medical and psychiatric services cost a $5 co-payment per visit.
In an effort to save taxpayer dollars, states have been decreasing the number of beds in their psychiatric hospitals for decades.
She had been taken to George Washington Hospital for psychiatric evaluation.
Young says, “From a psychiatric perspective … it could all add up to explain how he could have performed such a horrid act.”
After the plea was taken, he was sent to prison for psychiatric testing.
Unorna had listened attentively, as she always did when Keyork delivered himself of a serious opinion upon a psychiatric case.
The psychiatric expert must examine all such cases with the utmost care.
On the psychiatric side Gross has called attention to the existence of two psychological types.
So much for the technical, psychiatric aspects of the stupor problem.
He was psychiatric and expended the greater part of his feverish energy through the channel of painting.
psychiatric psy·chi·at·ric (sī'kē-āt'rĭk)
Of or relating to psychiatry.
psychiatry psy·chi·a·try (sĭ-kī'ə-trē, sī-)
The branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental and emotional disorders.
The medical science that studies and treats mental illness and mental maladjustment. Psychiatrists treat mental disorders; psychologists study mental activities, whether healthy or disordered. In the United States, psychiatrists usually hold the degree of doctor of medicine (M.D.) and may prescribe medication for their patients.