Definition of group practice in English:

group practice

Syllabification: group prac·tice

noun

A medical practice run by several doctors.
More example sentences
  • A group practice of five doctors will have about 100 deaths a year, over half of them occurring in hospital and most of the rest in nursing homes, hospices, or residential homes.
  • His research results reflect outcomes generated by his group practice of six urologists.
  • Most respondents worked in a group practice or medical school setting.

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