Medical Treatment definition

Medical Treatment means examination and treatment by a Legally Qualified Physician for a condition which first manifested itself, worsened or became acute or had symptoms which would have prompted a reasonable person to seek diagnosis, care or treatment.
Medical Treatment means treatment advice or consultation by a Legally Qualified Physician.
Medical Treatment means examination and treatment by a Physician.

Examples of Medical Treatment in a sentence

  • Chen, Note, Family Conflicts: The Role of Religion in Refusing Medical Treatment For Minors, 58 HASTINGS L.J. 643, 651 (2007).

  • A covered Sickness or Injury involving You, Your Traveling Companion or Business Partner, or Your Family Member which necessitates Medical Treatment at the time of interruption and results in medically imposed restrictions, as certified by a Legally Qualified Physician, which prevents Your continued participation in the Trip; or3.

  • Ensure appropriate support is provided by Air Force Medical Treatment Facilities that service Air Force units involved with BSAT activities, as directed in DoDI 5210.89_AFI 10-3901.

  • In response to the petitions, NRC developed Information Notice No. 94-09, “Release of Patients with Residual Radioactivity from Medical Treatment and Control of Areas due to Presence of Patients Containing Radioactivity Following Implementation of Revised 10 CFR Part 20” (1994), which stated explicitly that 10 CFR 35.75 governed patient release.

  • The Contractor shall cover the medical screening examination, as defined by the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) regulations at 42 CFR 489.24, which sets special responsibilities for hospitals in emergency cases, provided to a member who presents to an emergency department with an emergency medical condition.

More Definitions of Medical Treatment

Medical Treatment means the management and care of a patient for the purpose of combating disease, injury, or disorder. Restrictions on activities are not considered treatment unless the primary purpose of the restrictions is to improve the worker’s condition through conservative care.
Medical Treatment means the application or prescribing of any therapeutic agent or remedy for the relief of foot ailments, except the medical treatment of any systemic disease causing manifestations in the foot.
Medical Treatment means that term as defined in section 5653 of the public health code, 1978 PA 368, MCL 333.5653.
Medical Treatment means treatment of common medical acceptance that is readily available, would be covered under the system's health care plan and may include but is not limited to, medicine, physical therapy, psychological or psychiatric services or mechanical devices, but would exclude surgery or other invasive procedures.
Medical Treatment means medical, surgical or rehabilitative treatment (including any course or diet or other regimen), and references to a person receiving or submitting to medical treatment are to be construed accordingly;
Medical Treatment means treatment, other than first aid, administered by a physician or registered professional personnel under standing orders from a physician.
Medical Treatment means any reasonable procedure which is medical, therapeutic or diagnostic in nature, which is medically necessary and which is prescribed by a physician. Medical treatment includes hospitalization, basic investigative testing, surgery, prescription medication (including prescribed as needed) or other treatment directly related to the sickness, injury or symptom.