Every year in September, the Belgian dutch public news agency (VRT) does a piece about the evolution of the need for extra GPs in Flanders. This need is analyzed by number of "priority zones", which are defined as zones with less 90 GPs per 100,000 people or per 120,000 people in rural areas. This time the evolution can be summarized as "not good, but acceptable considering we had a few horrendous years".
However, the quote that struck out to me is
"Niet dat er reden tot paniek is of was, want Vlaanderen heeft nog altijd de de grootste concentratie aan huisartsen ter wereld, maar het nijpt wel degelijk op sommige plekken."
Which translates to
"Not that there is or was any reason for panic, because Flanders still has the highest density of GPs of the whole world, but it's becoming a close call in certain areas."
The quote is by Dr. Eva Verberckmoes, from the UGent (University of Ghent). No sources were referenced in the VRT article.
Does Flanders have the highest density of General Practitioners globally?