A survey of residents of Williamsburg VA and surrounding counties targeted on those residing in medically underserved areas. A combination of telephone and in-person methods of contact was used. The survey measures the extent to which people are experiencing problems in accessing phsyician services and whether certain types of people are more likely to experience problems with the goal of identifying major issues and challenges to improving physician access.
1125 interviews completed. RDD telephone sample supplemented by sample from medically underserved areas drawn from the USPS Delivery Sequence File. The latter cases were interviewed by telephone and a subsample contacted in-person by W&M students.
Principal Investigators
Tom Guterbock
Client Name
Lou Rossiter Christy Jensen
College of William & Mary - Schroeder Center
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