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[[File:Pokémon Doctor class.png|thumb|left|200px|A Pokémon Doctor's class]]
Unlike their real world counterparts, Pokémon Doctors seem not to be preferred over [[Nurse Joy]] and the healing capabilities of [[Pokémon Center]]s, with all the doctors in the {{pkmn|anime}} having operated on their own or in small offices away from Pokémon Centers. Doctors have a wide range of knowledge, being able to treat many symptoms and knowing what types of {{Berries}} and other healing items to use. Some doctors like are also experts with [[evolution]].
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Unlike their real world counterparts, Pokémon Doctors seem not to be preferred over [[Nurse Joy]] and the healing capabilities of [[Pokémon Center]]s, with all the doctors in the {{pkmn|anime}} having operated on their own or in small offices away from Pokémon Centers. Doctors have a wide range of knowledge, being able to treat many symptoms and knowing what types of {{Berries}} and other healing items to use. Some doctors are also experts with [[evolution]].
   
 
In ''[[AG015|Gonna Rule The School!]]'', a Pokémon Doctor's class was taught at the [[Pokémon Trainer's School]] in [[Rustboro City]].
 
In ''[[AG015|Gonna Rule The School!]]'', a Pokémon Doctor's class was taught at the [[Pokémon Trainer's School]] in [[Rustboro City]].
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Notable Pokémon Doctors include [[Dr. Abby]], [[Dr. Moss]], and [[Dr. Proctor]] (temporarily). {{an|Brock}} is also training to become a Doctor.
 
Notable Pokémon Doctors include [[Dr. Abby]], [[Dr. Moss]], and [[Dr. Proctor]] (temporarily). {{an|Brock}} is also training to become a Doctor.
 
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Revision as of 05:49, 18 November 2012

Doctor redirects here. For one who is considered to be an expert on Pokémon, see Pokémon Professor.

Doctor
ドクター Doctor
Spr B2W2 Doctor.png
Doctor sprite from Black 2 and White 2
Other names
Introduced in Generation V
Appears in Black and White
Black 2 and White 2
Gender Male only
Female Counterpart Nurse
Notable members {{{members}}}
Anime debut [[]]
TCG debut [[ (TCG)|]]
TCG card {{{card}}}
Manga debut {{{manga}}}

A Doctor (Japanese: ドクター Doctor) is a Pokémon Trainer who specializes in healing and taking care of injured and sick Pokémon.

In the games

The Doctor Trainer class was introduced in Generation V. Battling them is optional; they do not challenge the Trainer upon sight, but instead when spoken to. Doctors will challenge the player on sight in the Black Tower, where they will heal the Trainer's party only once, but the player may choose when. Upon being defeated, the Doctor will heal the Trainer's party fully, and any time spoken to afterwards, unless they are battled in Big Stadium or Small Court. Some will give out Max Revives when defeated. They are the male counterparts of Nurses.

They use Psychic- and Bug-type Pokémon, as well as Pokémon considered to be healers. Doctors will use Full Heals during battle if their Pokémon are afflicted with status ailments. Doctors appear primarily in locations without a nearby Pokémon Center.

In the Plasma Frigate, much like Juggler Dalton of Silph Co. before him, Doctor Julius is an odd one out as he is the only assumed member of Team Plasma that is not a Grunt. It is likely possible that he was coaxed by Team Plasma's goals under their leader N and not Ghetsis because he states that he hopes no more Pokémon will get hurt after Team Plasma rules the world. Despite his allegiance, he will still heal the player's Pokémon. He will not appear when the player visits the Plasma Frigate in the post-game when it is docked at the P2 Laboratory, however.

Appearance

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Spr BW Doctor.png Spr B2W2 Doctor.png
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Trainer list

Pokémon Black/White


Pokémon Black 2/White 2


In the anime

Pokémon Doctor-in-training Brock
A Pokémon Doctor's class

Unlike their real world counterparts, Pokémon Doctors seem not to be preferred over Nurse Joy and the healing capabilities of Pokémon Centers, with all the doctors in the anime having operated on their own or in small offices away from Pokémon Centers. Doctors have a wide range of knowledge, being able to treat many symptoms and knowing what types of Berries and other healing items to use. Some doctors are also experts with evolution.

In Gonna Rule The School!, a Pokémon Doctor's class was taught at the Pokémon Trainer's School in Rustboro City.

Notable Pokémon Doctors include Dr. Abby, Dr. Moss, and Dr. Proctor (temporarily). Brock is also training to become a Doctor.

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Daisy Oak became a famous Pokémon Doctor, attending outside of her region, as revealed in VS. Togekiss.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Infirmier
Germany Flag.png German Doktor
Italy Flag.png Italian Medico
Spain Flag.png Spanish Enfermero


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