Background: In the decentralization era, Public Health Center has an important role in development health especially in district and city in two decades. Public Health centers as health system institutions have been conducting health services basics including patient's responsiveness. Objectives: To identify eight domains of patient's responsiveness at in-patient health services in Public Health Centers and to analyze eight domains of patient's responsiveness at in-patient health services in Public Health Centers. Methods: The study was cross sectional design. The Data was gathering from Baseline Health Research 2007 with sample size was 5.342. Data was analyzed descriptive and multivariate logistic using SPSS 17 (licensed by NIHRD). Results: The study indicated that there were associated significantly among education level, classification of area, and regional (p < 0,05) whereas, multivariate results indicated that most influenced of patient's responsiveness was health services facilities prompt (OR= 0,826). Conclusions: Determinants of patient's responsiveness at in-patient toward eights domain were urban areas, male, educated, uneducated, 18-29 ages.