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Perceived quality of healthcare delivery in a rural District of Ghana
Ghana Medical Journal
Objective: The study aimed at finding out clients' perceptions of the quality of healthcare delivery at the district level in rural Ghana, using the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem District as a case study. Design: 803 patients were purposively selected and interviewed after visits to health facilities using a pretested questionnaire, while focus group discussions were held in 13 communities. The study was done between October 2003 and August 2004. Results: The majority of respondents (70%) weredoi:10.4314/gmj.v43i2.55315 fatcat:r4kadh5r2bc75fqvaqw2u5d7ta