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Definition funny of Gomers:
Medical slang for a patient who "has lost--often through age--what goes into being a human being" (quote from Samuel Shem's "The House Of God"). Typically an old demented noncommunicative patient. Stands for "Get Out Of My Emergency Room".
I wish that gomer in room 3820 would stop moaning.
An old person that takes up room in the hospital and doesn't have the common decency to die. Definition taken from an episode of Scrubs.
Dr. Cox: Oh! Looky here! Tell me sir, what is it that brings Dr. Dorians favorite gomer back to the hospital? Gomer: Pickles!
1. a stupid oaf, a social reject 2. a patient unwelcome in a hospital(supposedly standing for get out of my emergency room)
That's the third time in a week that this gomer has come here.
Origin, hospital emergency room slang for extremely old, Alzheimer's ridden, mute, sick people. GOMER is an acronym for "Get Out of My Emergency Room." In the novel "House of God" (Samuel Shem, 1978) GOMERS are defined essentially as sickly old people who now because of dementia have lost whatever quality it is that makes someone a person. When GOMERS come into the hospital they are unable to communicate so the admitting doctor will order many, many, lab tests hoping to discover why the GOMER was sent to the hospital. GOMERS never come to the hospital, they are only sent. This battery of tests is sometimes called a "Gomer-Gram."
Songs about Gomers:
Song Of Gomer by Michael Card from the Album The Word
Got Me Lookin' Like Gomer Pyle by The U.S. Army Airborne & Infantry from the Album March to Cadence with the U.S. Army Airborne & Infantry
Gomer Pyle USMC by TV Tunesters from the Album TV's Greatest Themes - 50's & 60's
Kings Of Hollywood (Ez Gomer of Jet Circus) by Liberty N' Justice from the Album Soundtrack Of A Soul
Gomer's Theme by Third Day from the Album Conspiracy #5
Song Of Gomer by Michael Card from the Album An Invitation To Awe
From Patton to Pyle, A Military Medley: Patton / The Great Escape / Hogan's Heroes / Colonel Bogey March (from... by Resonance Flute Consort from the Album Lights, Camera, Flutes!
Books about Gomers:
Muddy Day: By Gomer Pig by Stephanie Gordy (Dec 3, 2013)
Gomer and Other Early Works by Sean Taylor (Jul 14, 2011)
Gomer by Yvonne LEHMAN (1983)
Gomer and Little Gomer by R. A. Herman and Steve Haskamp (Apr 7, 2005)
The Story of Gomer: From the Book of Hosea by Geri Campbell (Aug 1, 2014)
Gomer's Song (Black Goat) by Kwame Dawes (Dec 2, 2013)
Gomer the Goo-Man by Cheryl Cannon (Oct 11, 2007)
Movies about Gomers:
The Andy Griffith Show - The Complete Fourth Season 1960 Unrated - Runtime: 13 hrs 31 mins Starring: Andy Griffith, Ron Howard, Don Knotts, et al. Directed by: Aaron Ruben, Coby Ruskin, Earl Bellamy, et al.
Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C. - Complete Series, Seasons 1-5 2008 NR - Runtime: 63 hrs 6 mins Starring: Jim Nabors, Franklin O. Sutton, et al.
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.: Season 3 1964 NR - Runtime: 12 hrs 34 mins
Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C. - The Final Season 2008 NR - Runtime: 12 hrs 42 mins Starring: Jim Nabors, Frank Sutton, Ronnie Schell, et al. Directed by: Coby Ruskin, Gary Nelson, John Erman, et al.
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. - The Complete First Season 1964 NR - Runtime: 12 hrs 40 mins Starring: Jim Nabors, Frank Sutton, Ronnie Schell, et al. Directed by: Aaron Ruben, Alan Rafkin, Gary Nelson, et al.
Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C.: Season 4 2008 NR - Runtime: 12 hrs 29 mins Starring: Jim Nabors, Frank Sutton, et al. Directed by: Coby Ruskin, John Rich and Peter Baldwin
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.: Season 2 1964 NR - Runtime: 12 hrs 41 mins Starring: Jim Nabors, Frank Sutton, Ronnie Schell, et al. Directed by: Aaron Ruben, Christian Nyby, et al.
Wiki information Gomers:
The Gomers are a Madison, Wisconsin based comedy rock/experimental music/progressive rock band. Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz, and former Mayor Sue Baumann both proclaimed February 1 as "Gomer Day" in Madison. Their name was taken from Gomer Pyle.
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