Share of Canadians leaving the country for internal medicine in 2016, by province

This statistic displays the percentage of Canadian patients that received internal medicine treatments outside of Canada as of 2016, by province. According to the source, about 2.5 percent of internal medicine patients in Saskatchewan left Canada to receive such care.

Percentage of Canadians leaving the country for internal medicine treatments in 2016, by province

Percentage of patients
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Release date

June 2017



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Supplementary notes

Data collected from the "Waiting Your Turn" survey, published in November 2016. All values are estimates.
Original question: "Approximately what percentage of your patients received non-emergency medical treatment in the past 12 months outside Canada?”

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