Adults With a Regular Health Care Provider

New York Finger Lakes Region

A vast majority of people indicate that they have someone that they think of as their personal doctor or health care provider. Aside from the highest income segment, there is no difference across the income spectrum. While the uninsured are much less likely to have a regular health care provider, there is no difference between those with private insurance or Medicaid. There are however apparent disparities when looking at the urban or minority populations. Latinos in particular are significantly less likely to report having a regular provider than whites.

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