3775 : QUALITY ASSESSMENT ON FAMILY PRACTICE IN WING HOSPITALS, ROYAL THAI AIR FORCE, THAILAND

Author(s): 
Voradithi; Kraisorn
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Oral Presentation
Quality of health care services provided by family physicians has become increasingly important. A survey study was conducted at Wing Hospitals, Royal Thai Air Force. The objective: was to describe the socio-demographic characteristics, accessibility of the health care services and the health status of the respondents. The quality components of health care services, were also evaluated by respondents and the qualified clinicians. There were 1,000 respondents selected from the Air Force staff, as well as from their family members within the catchment area. Self-administered questionnaires were used among these respondents. The results showed that the majority (80%) of respondents were male who were military staff or retired officers. Most of them (70%) were over 49 years old and they were able to access the services by paying not more than 50 baht. Age and family income were found to be statistically positively significantly correlated (p-value Topic: Development of Family Practice Around the World