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  • n. Plural form of laborist.


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  • At our institution alone we have one obstetrician who works regular hours as a hospitalist (we call them "laborists") and another doing what I do, only half time.

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  • "That allows physicians to free up some of their time and makes them more efficient in their clinics," says Cindy Bagwell, vice president of professional staffing at Geisinger Medical Center in Dannville, Pa., a practice that uses hospitalists and laborists frequently.

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  • On the flip side, many hospitalists and laborists enjoy knowing they have a set schedule and will never be woken up in the middle of the night by an emergency at the hospital.

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  • Turks in despair, in order to win American sympathies, proclaim themselves socialists, syndicalists, or laborists, will President Wilson permit them to renovate Armenia and other places after the manner of

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  • Surgeons and OBs are moving to this with surgical hospitalists and "laborists."

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