Health in New Zealand

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Health in New Zealand


The continent: Oceania
  
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For country comparisons (the table on the map) colors are used:
 
 Good performance;
 
 The average;
 
 Poor performance

Medical service in New Zealand


Nurses and midwives

10,87 per 1,000 people[?] (2010)
(descending): 16 in the world of 149 (89,93%); 2 place in Oceania from 13 (92,31%)

Physicians

2,74 per 1,000 people[?] (2010)
(descending): 44 in the world of 157 (72,61%); 1 place in Oceania from 14 (100%)

Hospital beds

2,30 per 1,000 people[?] (2011)
(descending): 136 in the world of 149 (9,40%); 8 place in Oceania from 8 (12,50%)
18,84 % (3,77 % annual) ↗
min: 2,30; max: 11,70; max-min: 9,40 (80,34%); mid: 7,00;
-4,70 (-204,35%)

Community health workers

1,38 per 1,000 people[?] (2001)
(2005) (descending): 10 in the world of 66 (86,36%); 1 place in Oceania from 5 (100%)

Alcoholism in New Zealand


Total alcohol consumption

51 471 840 [?] (2015)
(ascending): 105 in the world of 184 (43,48%); 10 place in Oceania from 11 (18,18%)

Total alcohol consumption per capita [liters of pure alcohol, projected estimates, 15+ years of age]

11,20 [?] (2015)
(ascending): 160 in the world of 184 (13,59%); 10 place in Oceania from 11 (18,18%)

Incidence of tuberculosis

7,40 per 100,000 people[?] (2015)
(ascending): 33 in the world of 209 (84,69%); 2 place in Oceania from 19 (94,74%)
6,76 % (1,35 % annual) ↗
min: 7; max: 12; max-min: 5 (41,67%); mid: 9,50;
-2,10 (-28,38%)

Contraception in New Zealand


Contraceptive prevalence

72,30 % of women ages 15-49[?] (1995)
(2000) (descending): 13 in the world of 162 (92,59%); 1 place in Oceania from 8 (100%)