عنوان مقاله [English]
Today, health care as one of the factors contributing to the development of the society is known. If the vital health services are not distributed equally, the utility would not be created for all residents and this is a weakness that makes it difficult for the process of achieving sustainable development. In Khuzestan province this has also been observed that health services have tended to concentrate in the city of Ahwaz, and some municipalities of the province have been neglected with regards of health services distribution. Therefore, this study aimed to examine and analyze the indexes of health services in Khuzestan province. Strategy Research, functional and descriptive and analytical methods have been used to gather the required information, the library method was used as well. To analyze the data, the coefficient of dispersion (CV), T- test and model Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (Fuzzy AHP) were used. The methods of the health status of Khuzestan province by 20 indicators was examined. To do better calculations excel and spss software were used. Hierarchical process model, a model of Multi Attribute Decision Making (MCDM0 was used in which the performance has been confirmed in uncertainty. The model calculations showed that the city of Ahvaz getting 2/302 Score, was the most enjoyed city in Khuzestan province. In ratings the second and the third it was found that , Respectively Abadan (0/474) and Dezful (0/326), along with other cities in this province are in a state of denial instead. The standard minimum weight calculations showed that the city of Ahvaz and other cities of the province to provide health services to their inhabitants have not been successful. Dispersion calculations showed that the distribution of services in Khuzestan province is willing to be focused. T- test showed that both in towns and in the villages, there is no distribution of health service coordination. It was concluded that in relation to the distribution of health services in Khuzestan province, there are structural and functional weaknesses and distribution of health services are not subject to the principles of sustainable development.