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Relevant Population Characteristics for Personal Doctor or Health Care Provider

Relevant Population Characteristics

Lack of a primary provider was more common among young adults, especially men aged 18 to 34 (only 52.2% reported having a personal doctor) in 2016.

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Content updated: Wed, 29 Nov 2017 17:09:28 MST