The sociological questionnaire was applied to physicians and paramedical personnel of two large multitype hospitals to explore awareness of actual approaches to evaluation of quality of medical care. Only 49.2% of respondents consider themselves competent in this issue, 20.3% assume they are not enough competent and 5.1% gave negative answer to this question. About 25.4% were uncertain about this issue. In most cases, the respondents manifested minimal awareness concerning criteria of evaluation of quality of medical care, subjects and means of control. The hospital conferences are indicated as the major source of information. This choice indicates the necessity of corresponding correction of programs of pre-graduate and post-graduate training of specialists.