noun as in primary care
Phyllis, who was a nurse, went down to Mississippi to provide medical care for people like Joan.
Kids suffering from malaria or extreme diarrhea are now too often left without medical care.
She raised money; she organized blood donations, and helped people find affordable housing and free medical care.
Those wishing—or needing—to give it up will be forced to do so on their own, without the support of formal medical care.
The families are usually identified after one family member shows signs of disease and presents for medical care.
The old chief was suffering with dropsy, but under Moffat's medical care he recovered, and was soon able to walk about again.
Special medical care is now taken of these cases, and the serious consequences are not so often seen as used to be the case.
All of these people were practically without medical care before Dr. Grenfell came.
He was taken aboard the Maidstone and put in a cabin under medical care.
In a last vain hope they took him to Quebec for medical care.
On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to medical care, such as: health care.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.