Translation of clinic in Spanish:

clinic

consultorio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈklɪnɪk//ˈklɪnɪk/

noun

  • 1

    (in state hospital) consultorio masculine
    (private hospital) clínica feminine
    law clinic consultorio legal / jurídico masculine
    • All these subjects were hospitalized or were seen at the outpatient clinic of our department.
    • The authors studied patients who were referred to specialized hospital clinics for the treatment of venous ulcers.
    • It can be done in a clinic, hospital outpatient department or doctor's surgery.
    • Referral to a wheelchair clinic for specialist seating advice is also important at the appropriate stage of the condition.
    • These treatments require instruction by a specialist nurse or doctor and are usually only prescribed at specialist hospital clinics.
    • During her time at St Barnabas, it flourished as a hospital with a busy outpatient department and four clinics, one 40 miles distant.
    • Many children receive chemotherapy on an outpatient basis at a clinic or hospital.
    • Fewer than half of the patients referred to emergency departments and cardiac outpatient clinics have heart disease.
    • Thank goodness doctors and nurses working in large hospitals and medical clinics are not allowed such a broad stroke interpretation of the law.
    • Now the ‘safety net’ will give private medical clinics, hospitals and specialists a blank cheque to raise their fees more quickly.
    • Light box treatment is usually carried out in outpatient clinics in your local hospital.
    • You can receive biofeedback training in physical therapy clinics, medical centers and hospitals.
    • Rituximab is usually given by a doctor or nurse in the hospital or an outpatient clinic.
    • We selected patients by examining all referral letters to the hospital's gastroenterology outpatient clinics and open access endoscopy service.
    • Screening instruments are used commonly in specialty clinics and mental health settings.
    • It has hospitals, medical clinics, a mental health research institute, and two public broadcasting stations.
    • Doctors have now put her on a two-year programme of intensive treatment which includes bouts of chemotherapy and regular check-up clinics at St James's.
    • Women who attended the antenatal clinics of a medical center in the United Kingdom were recruited for the study.
    • Women were identified through hospital computer systems and the records of midwives and clerks in hospital and community antenatal clinics.
    • Perhaps we'll get the answer to that in our surgeries and clinics over the next few weeks, when patients ask us about the risk, and whether or not to go ahead with their operations.
    • Community orders would compel mentally ill patients living in the community to attend a clinic or hospital for treatment.
    • These are in addition to conventional healthcare sites, such as health centres, antenatal clinics, general practice surgeries, and hospitals.
    • HIV treatment is managed by specialist outpatient clinics, staffed by doctors, nurses and other health professionals.
    • Outpatient therapy is provided at hospitals, clinics and some nursing homes.
  • 2

    Medicine
    (class)
    clase práctica feminine
    • Gastroenterology clinics at Neath are dedicated to the specialty, whereas at Morriston the clinics also cover general medicine.
    • I regularly hold joint clinics with colleagues from overlapping specialties, such as genetics, neurology, ophthalmology, etc.
    • During practical training, ward rounds and outpatient clinics should be educational.
    • Having attended this conference, I am now finding the pituitary clinics to be more rewarding and stimulating.
    • Table 1 lists the details of the clinics and surgeries and consultations recorded.
    • The authors assessed patients who were attending anticoagulation clinics in five Canadian teaching hospitals.
    • We based this review on our extensive clinical experience in managing patients in a dedicated tinea capitis clinic at a teaching hospital.