company doctor


noun
  1. a businessperson or accountant who specializes in turning ailing companies into profitable enterprises

  2. a physician employed by a company to look after its staff and to advise on health matters

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How to use company doctor in a sentence

  • At one point tears sprang to her eyes and she had to lie down for a bit, the company doctor looking in on her.

    Liz Taylor's Secret Life | William J. Mann | October 19, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Workmen should not trust to the shop or factory doctor, but should go to the company doctor at once.

  • Now and then the company doctor stopped in on his rounds of the coal camp to leave calomel and quinine.

    Blue Ridge Country | Jean Thomas
  • Deaf to the questions of the company doctor at his side, he stood for a long moment.

    Mountain | Clement Wood
  • She can't work and it's all turning green, and the company doctor says she may—she may have to have it cut off.

    The Jungle | Upton Sinclair
  • Murray promptly turned this over to the company doctor, and the latter sighed.

    The Best Policy | Elliott Flower