Typically, one primary care provider can sustainably support 1,200 to 1,900 active patients. To know if your practice is sustainable, you can look at the population numbers versus the number of primary care providers in the area.

On average, a doctor can see between 20 and 30 patients per day according to Excel Medical.  This means that if you see patients 4 days per week for 50 weeks you can have a maximum of 5000 patient visits per year.  

Between 15% and 23% of scheduled doctor’s appointments are no shows according to Tine Health.