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How Canada compares: Family doctors weigh in
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How the experiences of Canadian family doctors compare internationally

How the experiences of Canadian family doctors compare internationally
February 2016

CIHI recently released the Canadian results of an international survey of more than 11,000 primary care physicians. The results indicate that access to primary care has improved over time, with one-third more doctors in Canada able to provide same- or next-day access in 2015 than in 2009.

When you’re sick, how long do you wait to see your family doctor? 

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