DOCTOR Sample Clauses

DOCTOR. A physician having the designation M.D. or a doctor of osteopathy having the designation D.O. acting within the legal scope of his or her license. Doctor does not include you or the Insured or a member of your family or the Insured's family. 2b. NURSING HOME. A facility or that part of one which provides room, board and inpatient care and:
DOCTOR. The term "DOCTOR" shall mean Milton Kirkwood, D. O.
DOCTOR. The term "DOCTOR" shall mean Ronald W. Kirkwood, D. O.
DOCTOR. The term "DOCTOR" shall mean Houston Physical Medicine Associates, M.D., P.A., d/b/a Texas Medical Rehabilitation & Pain Center, P.A., a Texas professional association.
DOCTOR. A Person:
DOCTOR. The term "Doctor" shall mean Maria Teresa Agner, M.D., individually or the California professional corporation, of which he/she is the majority shareholder.

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  • Medical There shall be an open enrollment period for medical coverage in each year of this Agreement. An employee may elect no medical coverage during any open enrollment period. An employee who has elected no medical coverage may elect medical coverage during an open enrollment period. No pre-existing condition limitations will apply.

  • Medical Examination Where the Employer requires an employee to submit to a medical examination or medical interview, it shall be at the Employer's expense and on the Employer's time, other than a medical examination required under Section 1.4 of Appendix 2.

  • Medical Verification The School District may require an employee to furnish a medical certificate from a qualified physician as evidence of illness, indicating such absence was due to illness, in order to qualify for sick leave pay. However, the final determination as to the eligibility of an employee for sick leave is reserved to the School District. In the event that a medical certificate will be required, the employee will be so advised.

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  • Nurse is an employee included in the Bargaining Unit described in Article 2.00.

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  • Medical Care Undersigned authorize the Released Parties to call for medical care for Participant or to transport Participant to a medical facility or hospital if, in their opinion, medical attention is needed. Undersigned agree to pay all costs associated with such medical care and related transportation.