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Fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary terms from this chapter.

1. triage.

2. credentialing

3. encounter

4. standards or indicators

5. indicted

6. indigent

7. peer review organization.

8. amenities

9. cited

10. accreditation

11. naturopathy.

12. osteopathy.

13. chiropractic

14. aallopathy

15. staff privileges


Part I: Pioneers in Medicine

16. Thomas.

17. Moses

18. Hippocrates

19. Galen

20. Vesalius

21. Harvey

22. Leeuwenhoek

23. Hunter

24. Jenner

25. Semmelweis

26. Pasteur

27. Lister

28. Long

29. Curie

30. Nightingale

31. Barton

32. Sanger

33. Kübler-Ross

34. Sabin

35. Ho


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Part III: National Healthcare Organizations

Spell out the following acronyms.

37. WHO — World Health Organization

38. DHHS — Department of Health and Human Services

39. USAMRIID — United States Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases

40. CDC — Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

41. NIH — National Institutes of Health

42. CLIA — Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act

43. OSHA — Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Part IV: Healthcare Professionals

44. sole proprietorship.

45. partnership .

46. corporation.

47. chiropractor

48. Osteopathic

49. dentist,

50. optometrist.

51. podiatrist

52. Medical

53. Physician assistants

54. Nurse anesthetists

55. Physical therapists

Part V: Healthcare Facilities

56. occupational

57. day surgery

58. Assisted living

59. Urgent care (or emergency care

60. Sleep centers

Part VI: Matching Patients with Physicians

61. j, Dr. Faught, Internal Medicine

62. q, Dr. Skylar, Dermatology

63. c, Dr. Haskins, Geneticist

64. s, Dr. True, Obstetrics and Gynecology

65. m, Dr. Antonetti, Plastic Surgeon

66. f, Dr. DuBois, Ophthalmologist

67.h, Dr. Kirkham, Otolaryngologist

68. a, Dr. Stayer, Pediatrician

69. o, Dr. Tips, Allergist and Immunologis

70.l, Dtr. Rowinski, Neurologic Surgeon

71. g, Dr. Gleaton, Anesthesiologist

72. b, Dr. Quincy, Pathologist

73. n, Dr. Jackson, Colorectal Surgeon

74. Answer: e, Dr. Cantrell, Neurologist

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75. p, Dr. Roberts, Radiologist

76. d, Dr. Marrs, Urologist

77. r, Dr. Burns, Emergency Physician

78. I, Dr. Jones, General Surgeon

79. k, Dr. Martin, Family Practitioner

80. t, Dr. Williams, Thoracic Surgeon

Part VII: Short Essay Questions

81. 85. Answers will vary .

Part VIII: Healthcare Occupations

86. p, athletic trainer

87. j, Kinesiotherapist


m, physician assistant


b, Cardiovascular technologist


e, Pharmacy technician


g, Anesthesiology assistant

92. d, Physical therapist


c, Therapeutic recreation specialist

94. a, Audiologist


f, Dietetic technician


o, Respiratory therapist

97.l, Orthoptist

98. h, Specialist in blood bank technology

99. i, Diagnostic medical sonographer

100. t, Nuclear medicine technologist

101. n, Surgical technologist


k, Occupational therapist

103. q, Medical technologist

104. r, Emergency medical technician

105. s, Health information specialist


Read the case study and answer the questions that follow.

Student answers will vary.

Rebecca is a new employee at the Blackburn Clinic. She recently graduated from an accredited medical assisting school and completed her externship in a family practice clinic. She enjoys the variety of patients who come to the office, and she respects the physicians for their dedication to the art and science of medicine. The physicians with whom Rebecca works are strong proponents of continuing education, and they want Rebecca to attend no less than two seminars each year.

Research the history of family practices and answer these questions:

What types of patients are seen in family practice clinics?

What educational background does the physician need to become a family practitioner?

What are some of the more common illnesses that present in a family clinic?

What are the goals of the American Association of Family Practitioners?

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Read the following information, and do the exercises.

Student answers will vary.

1. Visit a local hospital and introduce yourself to five medical professionals. Make an appointment to interview them and find out their job duties and their professional background. Write a thankyou note to each person after the interview.

2. Interview an office manager at a family practice. Ask about the positive and negative aspects of working with a variety of patients each day.


1. Choose one of the early medical pioneers discussed in this chapter, and research him or her using the Internet. After conducting the research, write a report and present the person to the class. Be creative with the presentation, using PowerPoint or some type of audiovisual equipment.

2. Research the history of a particular illness. Prepare a short report on that illness, and present it to the class.


1. a, OSHA

2. b, Medical technologist

3. a, Practitioner

4. a, Staff of Aesculapius

5. b, False

6. c, Respiratory therapist

7. c, Triage

8. a, cytotechnologist

9. b, physician assistant

10. c, Abraham Flexner

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