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Title: Identification of Factors Associated with Maternal Satisfaction with Primary Health Care Centers in Riyadh City
Authors: Abdel Atty Moawed, Salma.
Mohammed Gemeay, Essmat.
Alshami, Nesreen.
Keywords: Maternal satisfaction, Primary health care
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Tanta Medical Journal, Volume 37, July: 759:768
Abstract: There has been a growing interest in the Saudi Arabia about identification of factors associated with maternal satisfaction at primary health care level. Maternal health care in Saudi Arabia is developing fast with multiple governmental and independent service providers. Reducing maternal morbidity and mortality rate in Saudi Arabia was one of the main goals for MOH (Ministry Of Health). In last report during 2007 maternal mortality rate reduced to 1.46% and total number of normal deliveries was 77.4% comparing to abnormal deliveries of 22.6%. the highest percentage of outpatient visits indicated were cases of gynecological and obstetrics. The aim of this study is identification of factors associated with maternal satisfaction at primary health care centers in Riyadh City. The study was conducted at three settings namely, the primary health care center in King Fahad National Guard Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, two tools were used; first the socio-demographic data characteristics and client satisfaction inventory. The majority of mothers were fully satisfied with politeness, courtesy and respect by midwives.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/18073
ISSN: 1687-5788
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