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Chart: Comparison of access to health care for Hispanics by proficiency in English

Bar chart compares access to health care for Hispanics by proficiency in English.  For details, please go to [D] Text Description below.

[D] Text Description

Visited doctor/clinic:

  • Limited English proficiency: 46%.
  • Speak English proficiently: 58%.

Emergency room visit:

  • Limited English proficiency: 9%.
  • Speak English proficiently: 13%.

Filled prescription:

  • Limited English proficiency: 41%.
  • Speak English proficiently: 51%.

Visited dentist:

  • Limited English proficiency: 16%.
  • Speak English proficiently: 30%.

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