To study consumer satisfaction under "30 baht threat all diseases project" toward services in community hospital of Pathumthanee province. Research Design: Cross-sectional descriptive study. Study Populations: Representative population 1,665 household in community of Pathumthanee province. Sample Size: Representative 860 people from target group 1,207 household (response rate 71.3%) Research Tools: Self-administered questionnaire. Statistics: Unpaired t-test, Paired t-test and one-way ANOVA. Results: The respondents were female (54.6%), mean age 42.1 year, married (68.2%). level of education was primary school 47.6%. Occupation was general workers (31.7%), adequate earning (68.7%). They had ever used health services 195 people (22.7%) and had ever admitted as inpatient 53 people (27.2% of consumer). Consumers marked more satisfaction than before the project launched with statistically significant (p < 0.01). More than 50% of outpatient clients in 60-bed community hospital marked high score of satisfaction, 3 out of 18 items listed as 1) treatment expense 2) transport convenience 3) doctor attention (54.8%, 50.0% and 50.0%, respectively), but outpatient clients in 10-30 bed community hospital marked high score of satisfaction by more than 50% only 1 out of 18 items as treatment cost (52.0%). Inpatient used clients in 60-bed hospital rated 3 out of 12 items as highly satisfied by more than 50% as 1) treatment expense 2) room cleanliness 3) providers care (77.8%, 66.7%, and 66.7%, respectively). For 10-30 bed hospital, inpatients marked high score of satisfaction less than 50% in all 12 topics. Further analysis revealed that inpatient services satisfaction were statistically significant different (p < 0.01) by household income and expense. Half of 195 experienced clients dissatisfied (49.7%) and suggested improving as bad courtesy of personnel and poor treatment service (48.5% and 46.4% of dissatisfied clients, respectively). Conclusions: Client respondents revealed that community hospitals services quality in Pathumthanee province needed to be improved. 50% of the respondents dissatisfied with providers performances should be used as an important result-based indicator in monitoring and evaluation for future health services development.