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Number of Practicing Physicians per 1,000 Population

Source: OECD 2015
  • Australia

    3.39

  • Canada

    2.48

  • China

    2.04

  • Denmark

    3.62

  • France

    3.10

  • Germany

    4.05

  • India

    n/a

  • Israel

    3.43

  • Italy

    3.90

  • Japan

    2.29

  • The Netherlands

    n/a

  • New Zealand

    2.81

  • Norway

    4.31

  • Singapore

    1.9

  • Sweden

    4.01

  • Switzerland

    4.04

  • United Kingdom

    2.77

  • United States

    2.56

Data for Canada, Denmark, Japan, and Sweden from 2012. China data are from China Health and Family Planning Statistical Yearbook 2014. Data from Singapore from 2010 and source is World Bank, 2014.