Table 2

Perception of respondents concerning the PHCC nearest to them

I have trust in skill of doctors and nurses (%)

Waiting time is too long

The doctors and nurses treat people with courtesy

Medicines frequently not available

All treatments are free

Health workers are too rushed to understand your problem


Strongly agree

373 (53.7)

181 (26.4)

472 (67.6)

237 (34.1)

568 (84.2)

199 (30.2)

Somewhat agree

170 (24.1)

267 (38.2)

124 (19.0)

201 (29.1)

59 (7.9)

232 (33.8)

Somewhat disagree

79 (12.0)

139 (20.7)

63 (8.7)

154 (23.2)

40 (5.5)

136 (19.4)

Disagree

67 (10.1)

99 (14.7)

30 (4.8)

95 (13.7)

20 (2.4)

114 (16.7)


The needed medical equipment is present and working when needed

The health unit is not kept clean

People in my neighborhood are satisfied with the care received at this clinic

People do not feel the security is good around the clinic

The hours the clinic is open are convenient

There are not enough female health workers to provide treatment for women


Strongly agree

156 (23.67)

166 (25.5)

294 (46.0)

124 (18.9)

394 (59.1)

258 (38.0)

Somewhat agree

201 (29.9)

130 (18.2)

183 (27.3)

76 (11.9)

110 (15.0)

131 (19.9)

Somewhat disagree

172 (24.9)

117 (18.1)

90 (13.6)

101 (15.0)

82 (12.6)

98 (15.9)

Disagree

148 (21.4)

271 (38.3)

89 (13.1)

369 (54.3)

91 (13.3)

181 (26.1)


This is restricted to users or those familiar with the PHCC.

Burnham et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2011 11:15   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-11-15

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