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The Effect of Quality of Health Care in Saudi Arabian Perception to Patient Satisfaction in Makkah in 2018

Abid Ahmed Masi Almalki, Mohammed Yahya Almalki, Mohmmed Lafy Aljapri, Meshari Mohmmed Ali Alotaibi, Abdullah Ahmed Masi Almalki, Ghassan Ghazi Marghalani, Faiza Ramadan Housawi, Abdullah. D. A. Alotaibi, Mohana Abdulaziz Marzog Alsolimy

American Journal of Medical Sciences and Medicine. 2018, 6(2), 57-65 doi:10.12691/ajmsm-6-2-8
  • Table 1. Distribution of Socio-demographic data in study group
  • Table 2. Distribution of the Patient Satisfaction to quality of primary health care according to their perceptions about Accessibility to health care
  • Table 3. Distribution of the Patient Satisfaction to quality of primary health care according to their perceptions about Continuity of health care
  • Table 4. Distribution of the Patient Satisfaction to quality of primary health care according to their perceptions about communication in health care
  • Table 5. Distribution of the Patient Satisfaction to quality of primary health care according to their perceptions about humanness in health care
  • Table 6. Distribution of the Patient Satisfaction to quality of primary health care according to their perceptions about Comprehensiveness of health care
  • Table 7. Distribution of the Patient Satisfaction to quality of primary health care according to their perceptions about health education in health care
  • Table 8. Distribution of the Patient Satisfaction to quality of primary health care according to their overall satisfaction about health care center
  • Table 9. Distribution of the Relationship between their satisfaction of the Patient of quality of primary health care according to the care and Socio-demographic characteristics (Gender, Marital Status, Level of education, Occupation, Family economic)
  • Table 10. Distribution of the Patient of quality of primary health care according to the relationship between their Attitude score about care and Socio-demographic characteristics (Gender, Marital Status, Level of education, Occupation, Family economic)
  • Table 11. Total of Stepwise Multiple Regression Analysis for total attitude score for the primary health care patients (N=200)