McDoctor

McDoctor

slang A physician or medical clinic that one is able to access on a walk-in basis or at any time of day. A play on "McDonald's," the fast food chain, and "doctor." She decided to join a growing number of McDoctors who work in urgent care clinics. There's a McDoctor on Main Street if you want to go in for a checkup. You might be stuck in the waiting room for a while, but it's free.

McDoctor(s)

and McDoc(s)
n. a jocular term for a walk-in, emergency medical clinic as found in shopping malls. (see also doc(s)-in-a-box.) They took the kid to McDoctors, or whatever it is, over in the mall.

McDoctor

verb
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For example, the recently coined English Nominal prefix Mc-, from McDonalds fast-food, which specifies that an object/individual is cheap and of low quality (McBook, McDoctor, etc.); or the English Nominal irregular plural suffix -z, used exclusively in typed English on the Internet to indicate the dubious legal status of an entity (gamez, passwordz, filez, etc.).