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Satisfaction survey about Turkey’s health system and quality!

In recent years, a research was conducted on the health service and quality of Turkey, which the World Health Organization also cited as an example. The results of the research carried out every month are announced.

Turkey Healthcare services, which have been shown as an example to the whole world since the pandemic, were once again appreciated. City hospitals, which have been added to the increasing number of hospitals in recent years, have started to accept patients from abroad. Areda Survery conducted a survey on health services that have improved as demand has increased in recent years. Sociology research was carried out with 3,121 people. 57.6% of the participants stated that they were satisfied with Turkey’s health services.

research results

Here are the gender and age divisions in the research results:

of men who participated in the research” While 0.3% found the infrastructure of the hospitals to be adequate, this rate was 55.5 percent for women. While the elderly participants found the hospital infrastructure sufficient the most, the less satisfaction response was from the 18-34 age group with 50.8 percent. It was determined that a linearly proportional satisfaction was observed at the level of satisfaction with the hospitals. The satisfaction level reached 67 percent, especially among the participants aged 55 and over.

research results

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How do you respond to the treatment you receive when you leave? The answer to the question was satisfactory:

“60 percent of those who received service from state hospitals stated that they were satisfied or very satisfied. While the rate of those who stated that they were very satisfied, 40 percent of those who stated that they were not very satisfied with public hospitals The rate was determined as 35.6 percent. While these data show that the level of satisfaction with public hospitals is high, it was revealed that 4.6 percent of the participants did not benefit from public hospitals in terms of health.”

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