JARAK, WAKTU TEMPUH, KETERSEDIAAN PELAYANAN DAN KUNJUNGAN PEMERIKSAAN KEHAMILAN DI PUSKESMAS
Abstract: Antenatal care is one of the most effective health interventions for preventing morbidity and
maternal and infant mortality, especially in places with the poor general health status of the mother.
Accelerating decline in MMR done by increasing the coverage of antenatal care. Therefore, research is
needed to analyze the relationship of distance, travel time and the availability of services with antenatal
visits in the region. This study is cross cut by analytical design correlative. Data were analyzed using
chi-square test. The results showed that 94 mothers (47%) visited antenatal <4 times and 106 (53%) Â³
4 times. Mothers who antenatal <4 times, 65% of the distance to the place of service> 2 km, 55% of
travel time to the service of> 25 minutes, and 54% said lack of service availability. The analysis showed
that distance and time had a significant association with the antenatal visit (p = 0.016, p = 0.043), as
well as the availability of services has a significant association with antenatal care visit in Puskesmas
Cijeruk (p = 0.030).