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1997 YRBS High School Survey

Oregon Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)
1997 High School


       
    Q105. During the past 12 months, where did you go to meet 
          your health care needs? (Mark all that apply)
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                      Total                Grade
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                                9th    10th    11th    12th 
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Emergency room        4,992   1,428   1,404   1,161     999
Family doctor        16,554   4,700   4,613   3,941   3,300
Community clinic      4,834   1,311   1,342   1,164   1,017
SBHC                  2,452     708     722     570     452
Other place           2,732     726     747     669     590
Did not see anyone      610     184     171     153     102
Did not need care     2,859     832     760     700     567
Female
  Emergency room      2,371     674     647     577     473
  Family doctor       9,118   2,565   2,534   2,231   1,788
  Community clinic    2,900     715     781     724     680
  SBHC                1,522     426     431     368     297
  Other place         1,589     411     440     396     342
  Did not see anyone    346     110     100      83      53
  Did not need care   1,196     403     302     270     221
Male
  Emergency room      2,621     754     757     584     526
  Family doctor       7,436   2,135   2,079   1,710   1,512
  Community clinic    1,934     596     561     440     337
  SBHC                  930     282     291     202     155
  Other place         1,143     315     307     273     248
  Did not see anyone    264      74      71      70      49
  Did not need care   1,663     429     458     430     346
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