The western regions of the Aegean and Mediterranean areas of Turkey are "pleased" with the current state of healthcare in the country, according to a poll conducted by the Ministry of Health.
Overall customer satisfaction with the public health system has increased by 10 percent in the last decade in Turkey, according to the poll.
While the overall satisfaction rate was 46.9 percent in 2004, it has increased to 74.8 and 74.7 percent respectively for the years 2012 and 2013.
The southwestern city of Isparta was the city most satisfied with the health services in 2013, with a satisfaction rate of 89.1 percent. The least happy city turned out to be Hakkari, located in the southeast, with a satisfaction rate of 54.6 percent.
In most of the cities in the Marmara region, the satisfaction rate was between 76 and 85 percent, while this scale fell to 66-75 percent in Istanbul and Kocaeli, east of Istanbul.
Similar to the country's west, the Central Anatolian and Black Sea region also ranked high on the satisfaction scale. This rate, however, falls furthers for east and southeastern regions.
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