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Access to health care is a sensitive issue in low population density territories, as these areas tend to have a lower level of service provision. One dimension of access is accessibility. This paper focuses on measuring the accessibility to urgent and emergency care services in the Portuguese region of Baixo Alentejo, a territory characterized by low population density. Data for the calculation of accessibility is the road network, and the methodology considers the application of a two-leveldoi:10.1590/1413-81232021266.1.40882020 pmid:34133628 fatcat:zr5obxelq5bznhkelihu2evruq