Healthcare in FrisemarkHealthcare in Frisemark consists of a semi-decentralized three-level publicly-funded system, provided largely at the Cantonal level with coordination and regulation by the Frisik national government. Nursing homes, home care, and school health services are handled at the county (Frisik: fylke) level.
Frisemark offers its citizens universal healthcare. Prevention of disease has been the foremost focus of Frisik health policy for decades, which has helped to eradicate specific diseases.
Per 1,000 people in Frisemark, there are roughly 4.7 doctors and 2.9 hospital beds. Child vaccination coverage hovers around 96%. The quality of service in Frisik healthcare is noted to be good; according to a survey published by the National Public Health Authority (Frisik: Nasjonale Folkesundhedsmyndighed) in 2007, Frisemark ranks high internationally in patient satisfaction: 89% of Frisik respondents were satisfied, compared with the global average of 49%.