My assumption is that the former is correct, I suppose, if there is only a single doctor who uses said lounge: "Doctor's Lounge"

But, I was also under the assumption that in this case, "Doctors' Lounge" might be equally appropriate for a shared or a solo scenario.

Which is appropriate?

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  • You clearly know that the placement of the apostrophe depends on how many doctors the lounge belongs to, so I'm not sure what you're asking here. I don't know whether you're looking for a lounge belonging to a doctor (maybe in his private surgery) or a place for many doctors in a hospital to relax; you should, so you can answer this yourself, surely? – AndyT Feb 11 at 14:54

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