GPs and emergency primary health care

Updated: 5 May 2022

Next update: Not yet determined

Consultations on average at GP
Consultations on average at GP
2021
3.0
Consultations at a general practitioner (GP) or in emergency primary health care during the year, by age groups and by gender
Consultations at a general practitioner (GP) or in emergency primary health care during the year, by age groups and by gender
2021
General practitioner (GP)Emergency primary health care
Persons with one or more consultations. Per centAverage number of consultationsPersons with one or more consultations. Per centAverage number of consultations
All ages713.0160.23
0-5 years641.8300.47
6-15 years571.4150.19
16-19 years692.1200.29
20-29 years672.7180.27
30-49 years703.2140.20
50-66 years763.5130.18
67-79 years834.0150.21
80-89 years844.9210.32
90 years or older653.4230.34
Males652.4160.22
Females773.6170.25
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About the statistics

The statistics show the population's use of GP and emergency primary health care (consultations) by gender, age, education, immigrant category and country background. Figures for GPs are also given by county of residence. The consultations can be divided into diagnosis groups, but only by patients’ gender and age.

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