Ninety percent of Student Healths 50 practitioners recieved a four or five -- the highest ratings -- on how well they met student concerns. Ninety-two percent of the practitioners received those high ratings on how well they explained students' medical treatment and follow-up. When asked if they would recommend their practitioner to a friend, 87 percent of the respondents said they would be likely to do so. Four percent said they would be unlikely to do so. A total of 180 students filled out the 12-question survey, which SHAB distributed on five days last winter. Although the results published in the SHAB newsletter did not include the average waiting time at Student Health, Student Health Director MarJeanne Collins said that students who had the shortest waiting time were most pleased with overall service. -- Matthew SelmanComments powered by Disqus
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