GP numbers relative to UK populations

Number of GPs per 10,000 population in the four UK countries: 2004 - 2011


Published: 17/04/2013

This interactive chart shows the number (head count) of fully qualified general practitioners (GPs – excluding registrars and retainers) per 10,000 people in each of the four UK countries between 2004 and 2011. Whilst there has not been much change over this period, there have consistently been more GPs per person in Scotland than the other countries.


This chart uses the latest data to have been made available by The Health and Social Care Information Centre at the time of publication (April 2013).