Primary Health Survey

Summary

The NBHC's Primary Health Survey is the most comprehensive health services survey of New Brunswick's history. Its aim is to understand and report on New Brunswickers' experiences with primary health services, more specifically at the community level. In this survey, New Brunswickers are asked about their experiences with personal family doctors, emergency departments, specialists, after hours clinics, community health centres, nurse practitioners, and ambulance services. They are also asked about their use and access to primary health services. 

Purpose To understand and report on New Brunswickers' experiences with primary health services
Eligibility New Brunswickers aged 18 years or more who live in a private household
Respondents Over 13,500 respondents each cycle
Completed surveys 2011, 2014, 2017, 2020
Next survey Planned for 2022

For more detail, consult our Primary Health Survey FAQ.

Download questionnaires

2020 edition Questionnaire
2017 edition Questionnaire
2014 edition Questionnaire
2011 edition Questionnaire