They would be addressed as: Dr. and Mrs. John Smith
Doctor Smith and his wife Reverend Smith (assuming she is using his last name).
Dr. and Mr. Smith
Dr. Mary Smith and Mr. James Doe
Mr. and Dr. Joseph Smith (indicates the wife is the doctor)
If the question is about your wife and her doctor visits, then no. That violates privacy policies called patient confidentiality. But if the question is about you or something pertaining to you I would think that the doctor wouldn't mind talking to you. Just schedule an appointment or go in with your wife and ask. :)
The cast of The Jealous Husband - 1911 includes: Edward Dillon as The Husband Dell Henderson as The Doctor Vivian Prescott as The Wife
When addressing an envelope to the wife of a doctor who is not a doctor herself then and he is Dr. John Doe, then address the envelope to her as Mrs. John Doe or Ms. (Mrs.) Jane Doe.
yes Actually, spoke with my lawyer...the answer is No. The wife still has the right to choose with the ex husband which doctor their children would see. Only if the ex husband has full custody of the children does he make that decision on his own.
In North America, the answer is yes. If a female patient subsequents wants to sue her Doctor based on an alleged transgression or violation, the case will have to be conducted and decided upon in a court of law. A Doctor's wife (under oath) can testify to her husband's conduct. She is legitimately describing what she saw while in her husband's examination room. If the case decision is being made by a jury, one can always argue that the Doctor's wife would lie to protect her husband. However, a competent judge will instruct the jury to disregard any preconceived notions or assumptions that they may establish concering the wife-husband relationship. I must add, however, that a jury may disregard the judge's instructions if this is not the first time that the Doctor is being sued for the same reason.
Diabetes can cause sterility but if it has happened to you or not you need to ask your doctor.
It would be Doctor and Mrs John Doe in most situations. If she was the Doctor it could be Mr and Doctor John Doe, but that is a bit presumptuous to use his name with her title.