MetroView report on Health

A survey by MQO Research and The Telegram asked 400 St. John’s-area residents dozens of questions in broad areas, including quality of life, health care, crime, the economy and municipal services. While most people were relatively happy with access to doctors, emergency care and overall health care, there was evident dissatisfaction with access to services for seniors, as well as mental health and addictions services. The margin of error is plus or minus 5.0%, 19 times out of 20.

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How would you rate your overall satisfaction with health care in your community, on a scale of one to 10?

How would you rate access to emergency care in your community, on a scale of one to 10?

How would you rate access to a family doctor in your community, on a scale of one to 10?

How would you rate access to assisted living and nursing care for seniors in your community, on a scale of one to 10?

How would you rate access to mental health care in your community, on a scale of one to 10?

How would you rate access to dental care in your community, on a scale of one to 10?

How would you rate access to addictions services in your community, on a scale of one to 10?