Research Article

Customer Satisfaction During the Covid-19 Pandemic Period at Private Clinic X Surabaya


  • Laura Wulandari Department of Epidemiology, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Airlangga, Airlangga Health Care Center 2 Campus C Mulyorejo, Surabaya, East Java 60115, Indonesia


In an effort to provide public services, there are still many shortcomings when viewed from a quality perspective. It is still far from what the community expects. If this condition is not responded to, it will cause a bad image. During a pandemic period, the health system maintains a balance between meeting the needs for handling a pandemic and fulfilling essential health services. With a health protocol that must be carried out in order to break the chain of the spread of COVID-19, it is necessary to make technical adjustments to health services carried out by the FKTP. This, of course, can affect the quality of service which can also affect the satisfaction felt by patients. This study is an analytic observational study using non-probability techniques with an accidental sampling method with a sample of 200 people who are patients of clinic X in Surabaya and review patient satisfaction documents in the previous year. The variables studied were reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy and tangible aspects. The satisfaction received by clink X patients during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 was 3.60. In 2019, Clinic X received 3.85 satisfaction. The decline in the average score of patient satisfaction was at least in the assurance aspect (0.21), while the other four aspects experienced a decrease (0.26). There is a need for improvement efforts according to the current conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic to improve service and customer satisfaction at clinic X in Surabaya.

Article information


Journal of Medical and Health Studies

Volume (Issue)

2 (1)





How to Cite

Wulandari, L. . (2021). Customer Satisfaction During the Covid-19 Pandemic Period at Private Clinic X Surabaya. Journal of Medical and Health Studies, 2(1), 09–17.



Patient, Satisfaction, Survey