Sample Survey of Military Personnel MILPC-3 as of 28 February 1973. Survey Estimate of Attitudes toward the Army Out-Patient Care Facilities as Expressed by Army Male Personnel for Themselves and Their Dependents.
ARMY MILITARY PERSONNEL CENTER ALEXANDRIA VA PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT DIRECTORATE
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Index of tables Number of time military personnels eligible dependents received out-patient care at army medical facility in past twelve months Number of times military personnels eligible dependents went to a civilian clinic or doctor rather than an army out-patient care facility in past twelve months Military personnels estimate of reasonable waiting period for out-patient care without an appointment for eligible dependents Military personnels opinion of waiting period eligible dependents had for out-patient care without an appointment Military personnels estimate of reasonable waiting period for out-patient care with an appointment Military personnels opinion of waiting period eligible dependents had for out-patient care with an appointment Military personnels opinion of courtesy and concern shown dependents at army out-patient care facilities Military personnels evaluation of physical facilities where eligible dependents would or could receive out-patient care Military personnels opinion of improvement of army out-patient care over past four months, based upon eligible dependents experience Military personnels opinion of the convenience of army out-patient care operating hours for eligible dependents Military personnels preference for civilian over army out-patient care for eligible dependents if cost were not a factor.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations