Healthcare not being used.

Healthcare not being used.

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SamikB

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Hello, recently playing city skylines in all of the city's I've made they are not using the healthcare services I've provided them with. I have good road access to building yet their not using them. I can almost just bulldoze hospital to save my money. However, they do use the healthcare services for player mistakes such as dirty water, pollution etc.
Note, I am playing it on the Xbox.
 

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MarkJohnson

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If your cims are healthy, they won't use healthcare. There is no sickness mechanic in the game. They only get sick when poisoned.

Just make sure to keep noise pollution out of residential nor near it too closely.

Yes, you could build a city with little to no hospitals nor clinics. But they do provide a good happiness bonus for everything in your city, so they stay happy.
 

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Ok, thank you. It just seems weird that only some of them are sick out of a population of 80,000.
 

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None are actually sick, was my point. They are being poisoned. Stop the poisoning and your cims will be sick free. It's a big challenge for sure. But once you understand this, it is easy to avoid on a new city.

I'm glad there isn't a sickness mechanic. Between garbage and death care, there is a lot of traffic going on, let alone the freight system, tourism, etc.
 

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Oh ok thanks once again. I've had to shut of the freight system a couple of times due to the traffic its making.
 

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Oh ok thanks once again. I've had to shut of the freight system a couple of times due to the traffic its making.

Yeah, you need to make more balanced freight, or add cargo stations (train, plane, and/or ship) to move freight out by other than road. Make sure they are in your district and not out on the highway or something.