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Examples of clinic in a Sentence
The clinic is offering free screening for diabetes.
He checked into a drug rehab clinic.
The hospital is holding a pain clinic on Tuesday night for anyone interested in learning how to deal with chronic pain.
A local club is giving a fishing clinic on Saturday.
Recent Examples on the Web
The agency is known for its meticulous selection process for dental clinics to ensure all the facilities possess health tourism authorization certificates and adhere to global standards.—Chris Gallagher, USA TODAY, 23 Feb. 2024 The clinic and hospital that are defendants in the case could ask the court to reconsider its decision.—arkansasonline.com, 21 Feb. 2024 For example, clinics and hospitals could employ generative AI to create personalized health plans based on a patient’s unique genetic makeup, health history, and lifestyle.
4.—Bernard Marr, Forbes, 21 Feb. 2024 In fact, with hormone replacement therapy still a fraught issue in the US—where the medical establishment has slowly re-embraced it after a faulty 2002 study connected it to elevated breast cancer and heart disease risk—many women are seeking guidance at wellness clinics.—Alex Postman, Condé Nast Traveler, 19 Feb. 2024 Malouf told Sandoval clinic staff helped her into the car.—Cara Tabachnick, CBS News, 17 Feb. 2024 But Manigault Newman quickly realized the clinic went beyond standard procedures.—Michael Kranish, Washington Post, 16 Feb. 2024 Follow more of our reporting on Business As luxury apartments spring up in Garden City, some homeowners get displaced
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A Boise clinic uses the drug ketamine to treat depression.—Kevin Fixler, Idaho Statesman, 15 Feb. 2024 The organization pointed to news in Politico on Tuesday which revealed a data broker tracked people’s visits to nearly 600 reproductive health clinics in the US and put that information up for sale.—Dell Cameron Andrew Couts, WIRED, 14 Feb. 2024 See More
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French clinique, from Greek klinikē medical practice at the sickbed, from feminine of klinikos of a bed, from klinē bed, from klinein to lean, recline — more at lean
Adjective combining form
International Scientific Vocabulary, from Greek klinein