Doctor's attacks are based off of medical-related objects, such as pills, clipboards and syringes.
The healer class in the Team Kirby Clashsub-game, Doctor Healmore, has some attacks that are based off Doctor. Doctor Healmore's special move creates a healing puddle by pressing the B button. It has 3 stages of charge, and each Kirby can only heal from it once. His Dash+B attack has a different color palatte. Finally, all of the pills in the Doctor abilities have been changed into gems for the Doctor Healmore class. Oddly, the healing area move cannot be transferred via mouth-to-mouth with another Kirby.
Kirby throws a pill in front of him.
Hold B, then release
Kirby throws out five pills in different directions.
Down + hold B extra long, and then release
Kirby creates a concoction of deadly medicine that can be sprayed on foes. A rare healing concoction can also be created. If B is let go early, there is a small explosion and Kirby is rendered vulnerable for a short period of time, but the explosion still does damage to enemies.
Thunder, Fire, Ice, or Healing
A/Guard during Science Lab
Kirby holds onto the medicine for later use. It also causes Kirby to glow of the same color as the element that he is holding.
Dependent on Science Lab
Up + B
Kirby sprays rainbow-colored liquid above him.
Dash + release B in midair
Kirby spins around, damaging foes around him.
Dash + B
Kirby dashes forward and damages enemies in front of him with his clipboard.
Dash + hold B in midair
Kirby throws 3 pills from a bottle.
Doctor's physical appearance and pills are a reference to Dr. Mario, a character from the Super Mario series.
Doctor's Bandage Spin move could be a reference to Dr. Mario's Dr. Tornado move from the Super Smash Bros. series.