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    Qui n’a pas un médecin de famille au Québec?

    The 2006–2007 edition of the Survey on Client Satisfaction with Regards to Health and Social Services in Québec provides information on people who do not have a family doctor. This survey was conducted among people aged 15 and over living in a private household in Québec who consulted at least one health and social services professional in a hospital, medical clinic or CLSC in the 12 months preceding the survey. These people are also referred to as “users.”

    Based on survey data, this bulletin examines the relationship between not having a family doctor and certain socio-demographic or health-related characteristics.