Percent of population that rates medical care received as very good or excellent, Ontario and by country, 2007
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|Source:||2008 Report on Ontario’s Health System, Ontario Health Quality Council.|
Canadian Survey of Experiences with Primary Health Care in 2007, Health Council of Canada.
|Note:||Indicator Definition: Percent of population aged 18 and over who have a regular doctor or place of care who rate the overall quality of medical care they received in the past 12 months as “very good” or “excellent”. |
Country-level data is weighted to reflect demographic composition of the country from the latest census; Ontario-level data is not weighted.