NUMBEO

Health Care in Calgary, Canada

Component of health care surveyedSatisfaction %
Skill and competency of medical staff
79.35 High
Speed in completing examination and reports
65.94 High
Equipment for modern diagnosis and treatment
81.34 Very High
Accuracy and completeness in filling out reports
79.10 High
Friendliness and courtesy of the staff
72.10 High
Satisfaction with responsiveness (waitings) in medical institutions
47.86 Moderate
Satisfaction with cost to you
78.62 High
Convenience of location for you
73.57 High

Contributors: 72

Last update: December 2017

These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.

If the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is 100, it means it is perceived as very high.

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3 Comments so far

#Gin on Jun 09, 2017 :
I have had excellent health care in Calgary. I'm 43, and I have multiple autoimmune diseases that have nearly killed me three times in the last 20 years. I have a VERY complex history. I have on average, 5 doctor/specialist appointments every month because they are determined to keep me alive and kickin'. My docs won't leave me alone!! If I didn't have the care that I do, I would have died from a stroke at age 28, for sure. I have nothing but exceptional things to say about the care at all 4 Calgary hospitals.
#Tom on Jan 30, 2017 :
I agree with the earlier comment by #Anonymous. I would only add that in Calgary, where I live, the quality of life likely results in my better health. I certainly think that the low stress, clean air peaceful community have added years to my life. I believe that if I had not chosen to leave NYC in 1980, I would have died by now--I was born in 1945.
#Anonymous on May 04, 2016 :
If your reasonably healthy it's a good system. However, if you need good preventative care, the docs here aren't going to take their hands of the door knobs--your fine, until your not; then, they deal with it then or you die. Either way it's cheaper for the system. Finding a doctor who will sit down with you for half an hour once a year for a real exam is not possible here. So stuff gets missed.