Majority (84%) of Canadians ‘Concerned’ that over One in Ten Don’t Have a Family Doctor, Time it Takes to Get an Appointment with Family Doctor (51%) or Specialist (84%)

Almost All Canadians Believe Training more Doctors (98%), Improving Coordination and Access Between Doctors Diagnostic Tests (95%), and Increasing Use of Family-Health Teams Key to Improving Access to Family Doctors and Specialists

Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Toronto, ON – Most Canadians (84%) are ‘concerned’ (52% very/31% somewhat) about the ‘fact that more than one in ten Canadians do not have a family doctor’, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of the Canadian Medical Association. In fact, according to the poll, roughly 17% of Canadians don’t have a family...

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Majority (84%) of Canadians ‘Concerned’ that over One in Ten Don’t Have a Family Doctor, Time it Takes to Get an Appointment with Family Doctor (51%) or Specialist (84%)

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