Doctor Quotes & Sayings - Page 5

Give me a doctor partridge-plump,
Short in the leg and broad in the rump,
An endomorph with gentle hands
Who’ll never make absurd demands
That I abandon all my vices
Nor pull a long face in a crisis,
But with a twinkle in his eye
Will tell me that I have to die.
W. H. Auden

I don’t know what it’s like for a book writer or a doctor or a teacher as they work to get established in their jobs. But for a singer, you’ve got to continue to grow or else you’re just like last night’s cornbread – stale and dry.
Loretta Lynn

A doctor says to a man “You want to improve your love life? You need to get some exercise. Run ten miles a day.” Two weeks later, the man called the doctor. The doctor says “How is your love life since you have been running?” “I don’t know, I’m 140 miles away!”

Medicine is the one place where all the show is stripped of the human drama. You, as doctors, will be in a position to see the human race stark naked – not only physically, but mentally and morally as well.
Martin H. Fischer

A young man, in whose air and countenance appeared all the uncouth gravity and supercilious self-conceit of a physician piping hot from his studies.
Tobias Smollett

But modern quacks have lost the art,
And reach of life the sacred seat;
They know not how its pulses beat,
Yet take their fee and write their bill,
In barb’rous prose resolved to kill.
Anna Chamber

A robber of grave-worms. One who supplies the young physicians with that with which the old physicians have supplied the undertaker.
Ambrose Bierce

I used to wonder why people should be so fond of the company of their physician, till I recollected that he is the only person with whom one dares to talk continually of oneself, without interruption, contradiction or censure; I suppose that delightful immunity doubles their fees.
Hannah More

Mr. Anaesthetist, if the patient can keep awake, surely you can.
Wilfred Trotter

Always preceded by ‘the good.’ Among men, in familiar conversation, ‘Oh! balls, doctor!’ Is a wizard when he enjoys your confidence, a jackass when you’re no longer on terms. All are materialists: ‘You can’t probe for faith with a scalpel.’
Gustave Flaubert

And he said unto them, Ye will surely say unto me this proverb, Physician, heal thyself: whatsoever we have heard done in Capernaum, do also here in thy country.
Bible: Luke

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