There were 92 generalist medical practitioners per 100,000 inhabitants in Cyprus in 2016, which is the seventh highest of the 21 EU Member States for which data are available.
Generalist medical practitioners (which include general practitioners) provide continuing and comprehensive medical care to individuals, families and communities.
The number of generalist medical practitioners per 100,000 inhabitants varied noticeably across the different EU Member States in 2016, according to figures published by Eurostat on Thursday.
In most of the 21 Member States, for which 2016 data are available, there were between 60 and 120 generalist medical practitioners for every 100,000 inhabitants.
Two countries reported more than 160 generalist medical practitioners per 100,000: Portugal (253 per 100,000) and Ireland (179 per 100,000, based on the number of generalist medical practitioners licensed to practice).
These were followed by Austria, the Netherlands and France, where the rate was between 150 and 160 per 100,000.
At the other end of the scale, Greece reported the lowest number of generalist medical practitioners in relation to the size of the population: 42 per 100,000 inhabitants.