California Maps: How Many Primary Care and Specialist Physicians Are in Your County?

Robbin Gaines, Senior Program Officer, Market Analysis and Insight


These maps show the number of physicians providing 20 or more hours of patient care per week segmented by primary and specialty care in all 58 counties of California. Hover over a county to see the number of primary care physicians or specialists, the number of physicians per 100,000 people, and the total population.

Of all California counties, San Benito County had the fewest primary care physicians per 100,000 population in 2015, while Napa County had the most. San Francisco and Napa Counties had the highest concentration of specialists; Sierra County had none. Find your county.

The data used in these maps are available under Document Downloads.