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The role of organizational justice has not been frequently explored on health care services but it might play a key role in explaining organizational results. In this work we compared two kinds of primary health care centers: those that did not apply any explicit quality model and one that has been developing the EFQM (European Foundation Quality Model) for several years. We did so including workers from all professional categories at the health care center (physicians, nurses, management personnel, administrative staff, social workers, psychologists, etc.) since each role has a central importance in the delivery of a result with high quality. We expected significant differences among the workers' fairness perceptions, levels of satisfaction and levels of emotional commitment in both kinds of centers (with and without EFQM application). Here we present the relationship of the organizational fairness judgments of health care workers with several variables as emotional commitment and job satisfaction related with their professional group and their quality management policy