The statement “we have plenty of doctors in Australia” would probably not pass the pub test. Especially if the pub was in a regional city, a remote town or a less-than-leafy suburb. But it is true all the same – statistically at least. With 3.5 practising doctors for every 1,000 people in 2014 (4.4 per ...
How can Australia have too many doctors, but still not meet patient needs?
By Richard Murray and Andrew Wilson
5 Jun 2017