The purpose of the study is to investigate the attitude of primary care physicians regarding the organization of medical care for patients with MNRO.
The materials were the results of a sociological study among general physicians. The medical-statistical method and the structural-logical analysis method were used.
Results. It was established that 19.0% of respondents do not have a qualification category; in most cases (52.4%) the patient makes a decision on where to go; only 23.8% of family doctors receive full communication with the institution to which the patient was referred; almost 20.0% of respondents believe that primary care is not ready to identify patients with MNRO, and the same number believe that their professional training needs improvement; 61.9% of doctors believe that outpatient care for patients with MNRO іs satisfactory and need to be improved.
Conclusion. All of the above points to the insufficient organization of medical care for patients with MNRO, especially in terms of the preventive component and early diagnosis, and requires scientific justification for improving the organization of medical care for oncological patients, taking into account regional characteristics.