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This section provides information on the number of doctors per capita in OECD countries, including a disaggregation by general practitioners and specialists. In 2009, there were just over three doctors per 1 000 population across OECD countries. Greece had
by far the highest number of doctors per capita (6.1 per 1 000 population), followed by Austria. Chile, Turkey, Korea and Mexico had the lowest number of doctors per capita with between one and two doctors per 1 000 population. The number of
doctors per capita is lower in some of the major emerging economies, with less than one doctor per 1 000 population in Indonesia, India and South Africa.