- n. the part of a city where medical facilities are centered
“Its medical center in Washington, built while George Torney-the same George Torney who had urged Reed to join the Army-was Sur - geon General, is named the Walter Reed Memorial Hospital.”
“This school became important especially in medicine and astronomy and by the seventh century A.D. it was probably the most impor - tant medical center in the world, combining the scien - tific traditions of the Greeks, the Persians, and the”
“The Ramsey County medical examiner worked out of a low, nondescript building adjacent to the regional medical center in downtown Saint Paul.”
“She got a job she loved at the National Rehabilitation Hospital, a state-of-the-art medical center where exciting things were happening in medicine.”
“In some books of the Hippocratic collection, as - cribed to the medical center of Cnidos, disease enti - ties stand in the foreground.”
“Peter D. Springberg, MD is a retired Air Force nephrologist and former medical center commander now living in northern Colorado.”
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