Here we go, eh?
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Dr. Mid-Nite was a medical doctor.
Dr. Fate was an archaeologist.
Dr. Strange was a medical doctor.
Dr. Doom did practice some medicine, but he did not have a degree in medicine. However, there is no question that he could have wallpapered his study in them if he wanted to.
Dr. Bong was a journalist (at least, that's what his degree was in.)
Dr. Solar was a physicist.
Dr. Manhattan was a physicist.
Dr. Druid - I think he started as a physician.
Dr. Light - neither one was a physician.
Dr. Mist could have been a physician... not too much was known about him.
Dr. Spectrum - both were astronauts.
Doctor Octopus - not a physician. At least, I never saw any indications of such.
Doc Samson was a psychiatrist.
Doc Savage is a physician, and heaven knows what else.
Dr. Leonard McCoy - by ding of Mr. Byrne's comics, we know about Bones. We could probably include Christine Chapel and M'Benga in this categorization too.
Dr. Who - Who knows. But that's mostly television anyhow.
Obviously, there are a ton of others. As to who's a doctor without being called one...
Don Blake was a physician.
Hank Pym was a bio-physicist, and I don't know if that includes physician traits or not.
Reed Richards - like Dr. Doom, I don't know that he ever received a medical degree, but he could probably fill the Negative Zone with degrees.
Thomas Wayne was a physician.
Charles Xavier had several degrees and I shouldn't be surprised if one of those was for medicine... someone had to fix up the X-Men!
Shaman was a physician.
Mr. Terrific - both of them were super geniuses, so I couldn't be surprised if one of those thousand talents was medical.
Superman - at least the Earth-2 Superman did surgical procedures after super-speed memorizing a medical library once or twice. No degree, granted, but I would go under the knife if he were operating.
Moira McTaggert practiced medicine, so I assume she had a degree.
Jane Foster became a doctor.
Clarie Temple was a doctor too, if memory serves.
At this point, my mind begins to fog... but yeah, there were a ton of doctors. Nice one, Robbie.