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group practice

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nurses, doctors, etc
group practiceˌgroup ˈpractice noun [countable, uncountable]  MNa group of several doctors who all work in the same building
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group practiceHe wondered why Tate had not joined a group practice like most of his colleagues.Also, they may do more work in the areas of community outreach and preventive care than managers of a group practice.The family doctor was replaced by the much more impersonal group practice.More recently, however, party and interest group practice has been seen as at odds with liberal-democratic theory.If you need a doctor there's this group practice nearby, or that one.
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