Luke 5:31 KJV
“And Jesus answering said unto them, They that are whole need not a physician; but they that are sick.”
1a(1): free of wound or injury : UNHURT (2): recovered from a wound or injury : RESTORED (3): being healed
b: free of defect or impairment : INTACT c: physically sound and healthy : free of disease or deformity d: mentally or emotionally sound
3a: constituting the total sum or undiminished entirety : ENTIRE
owns the whole island b: each or all of the took part in the whole series of athletic events
5a: seemingly complete or total the whole idea is to help, not hinder b: very great in quantity, extent, or scope feels a whole lot better now
6: constituting the entirety of a person's nature or development educate the whole student
7: having the same father and mother whole brother
c. 1200, fisicien, fisitien, later phisicien, "healer, one who practices the art of healing disease and of preserving health, doctor of medicine" (as distinguished from a surgeon), from Old French fisiciien "physician, doctor, sage" (12c., Modern French physicien means "physicist"), from fisique "art of healing," from Latin physica "natural science" (see physic). The restored classical ph- spelling is attested in English from late 14c. (see ph). Related: Physiciancy; physicianly; physicianship.
"The id is very important early in life because it ensures that an infant's needs are met. If the infant is hungry or uncomfortable, they will cry until the demands of the id are satisfied. Young infants are ruled entirely by the id; there is no reasoning with them when these needs demand satisfaction... "
1 U.S. Code § 8
“Person”, “human being”, “child”, and “individual” as including born-alive infant
"personal health information held by covered entities"