Healthcare wait times longest in two decades of tracking: Fraser Institute report

Canadian patients face a median wait time of 21.2 weeks for medically necessary treatment -- the longest ever recorded in more than two decades of tracking, according to an annual report.

The Vancouver-based Fraser Institute surveyed specialist physicians to measure the time between a referral from a general practitioner and a patient’s treatment.

Read the full report: Waiting Your Turn: Wait Times for Health Care in Canada.




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