Many modern professional services have, buried, deep within their doctrine, the notion that they are doing good. That they fix things. That they are like doctors.
But, for the most part, they do not take the hippocratic oath:
"I will prescribe regimens for the good of my patients according to my ability and my judgment, and never do harm to anyone."
Let's look at architects, financiers, developers and urban planners.
Certainly the first three groups are available for hire or partnerships. Some try harder to do good than others, of course.
But Urban Planners, and related City staffers, are dedicated to public service, and paid by the public. Certainly they must have a hippocratic oath?
No. If that was true, the vast human destruction of Urban Renewal could not have taken place.
In fact Public Servants are often required to take rather the opposite of the hippocratic oath. They are sworn to duty. To obey. To serve ... those in power. Not people. They can do any harm that their civic leaders, whether elected or otherwise powerful, instruct them to.