Results in 2022 saw both resident groups fall to record lows, though second homeowners are significantly more satisfied than permanent residents. As healthcare centers have closed over recent years, Whistler now needs 18 more GPs to meet Canadian national average (per capita), and this appears to be making an impact on the community.
Whistler’s Health & Social Strategy is concerned with meeting residents and visitors’ health and social needs through formal and informal services and partnerships. Satisfaction levels pertaining to health care services gauges how Whistler’s health care services are performing.
This indicator reports on the proportion of residents satisfied with Whistler’s health care services.
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