average physicians to population ratio in select U.S. metropolitan areas 2013

This statistic displays the average physician-to-population ratio in select U.S. metropolitan areas as of 2013. During this year, there was an average of 268.1 physicians per 100,000 population in Detroit. Boston has one of the overall highest average wait times for a physician appointment. The average cumulative wait time is approximately 18.5 days in 2014, which has decreased since 2004.

Average physician-to-population ratios in select U.S. metropolitan areas as of 2013

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Release date

January 2014

Region

United States

Survey time period

2013

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