Opinions on Health Care in the Czech Republic and Hungary

Czech citizens rate the health care system of their country in a more favourable way than Hungarians, but simultaneously they view it significantly more critically than a year ago. At the present, 34 % of them are satisfied with the health care system in the CZ, on the other hand 36 % feel dissatisfaction with it. Every second person is content with the actual medical care, the share of those dissatisfied represent approximately one fifth of the population above 15 years of age.

A more critical view of the health care system, and the care provided by physicians within this system, is predominantly held by people that consider their health condition to be poor.