Over 98% of patients are satisfied with the overall experience provided by their doctor, an analysis of doctors' appraisals has found.
Confidence in their doctor was felt by 99% of patients, the analysis of 50,000 patients' feedback by Equiniti 360 clinical found.
Of those whose feedback was analysed, 97% thought they were involved as much as they wanted to be in decisions about their care and treatment.
Meanwhile 96% felt that by the end of their consultation they were better able to understand and or manage their condition or care.
The majority (99%) said that doctors were polite, considerate and listened to them and a further 99% thought their doctor gave them enough opportunity to answer questions.
The analysis also found that 98% said their doctor answered all the questions they posed.
Jo Parker-Swift, the founder of Equiniti 360 Clinical, said: "People across the UK are hugely positive about their relationships with their doctors.
"These high satisfaction ratings of confidence of the patient-doctor relationship, speaks highly around the level of professionalism of doctors as a whole.
"These levels are central to the delivery of high quality healthcare and boosting the nation's well-being whether within private practices or the NHS."