Specialist waiting time at least one month for elderly in Canada by province 2017

This survey depicts the percentage of Canadians over the age of 65 years that had to wait for at least four weeks to see a medical specialist in 2017, by province. Some 68 percent of older citizens living in Saskatchewan had to wait at least four weeks to see a specialist.

Share of older Canadians who waited at least 4 weeks for a specialist in 2017, by province

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Source

Release date

January 2018

Region

Canada

Survey time period

March to May 2017

Number of respondents

4,549 respondents

Age group

65 years and older

Method of interview

Telephone interview

Supplementary notes

"Respondents who waited for 4 weeks or more for a specialist appointment after being advised to see one (excluding respondents who never tried to get an appointment."

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