FIELD LISTING :: HEALTH EXPENDITURES
This entry provides the total expenditure on health as a percentage of GDP. Health expenditures are broadly defined as activities performed either by institutions or individuals through the application of medical, paramedical, and/or nursing knowledge and technology, the primary purpose of which is to promote, restore, or maintain health.


Country Comparison to the World

CountryHEALTH EXPENDITURES(% OF GDP)
Afghanistan 8.6% of GDP (2012)
Albania 6% of GDP (2012)
Algeria 5.2% of GDP (2012)
Andorra 8.3% of GDP (2012)
Angola 3.5% of GDP (2012)
Antigua and Barbuda 5.2% of GDP (2012)
Argentina 8.5% of GDP (2012)
Armenia 4.5% of GDP (2012)
Australia 9.1% of GDP (2012)
Austria 11.5% of GDP (2012)
Azerbaijan 5.4% of GDP (2012)
Bahamas, The 7.5% of GDP (2012)
Bahrain 3.9% of GDP (2012)
Bangladesh 3.6% of GDP (2012)
Barbados 6.3% of GDP (2012)
Belarus 5% of GDP (2012)
Belgium 10.8% of GDP (2012)
Belize 5.8% of GDP (2012)
Benin 4.5% of GDP (2012)
Bhutan 3.8% of GDP (2012)
Bolivia 5.8% of GDP (2012)
Bosnia and Herzegovina 9.9% of GDP (2012)
Botswana 5.3% of GDP (2012)
Brazil 9.3% of GDP (2012)
Brunei 2.3% of GDP (2012)
Bulgaria 7.4% of GDP (2012)
Burkina Faso 6.2% of GDP (2012)
Burma 1.8% of GDP (2012)
Burundi 8.1% of GDP (2012)
Cabo Verde 3.9% of GDP (2012)
Cambodia 5.4% of GDP (2012)
Cameroon 5.1% of GDP (2012)
Canada 10.9% of GDP (2012)
Central African Republic 3.8% of GDP (2012)
Chad 3.5% of GDP (2012)
Chile 7.2% of GDP (2012)
China 5.4% of GDP (2012)
Colombia 6.8% of GDP (2012)
Comoros 4.5% of GDP (2012)
Congo, Democratic Republic of the 5.6% of GDP (2012)
Congo, Republic of the 3.2% of GDP (2012)
Cook Islands 3.4% of GDP (2012)
Costa Rica 10.1% of GDP (2012)
Cote d'Ivoire 7.1% of GDP (2012)
Croatia 6.8% of GDP (2012)
Cuba 8.6% of GDP (2012)
Cyprus 7.3% of GDP (2012)
Czech Republic 7.7% of GDP (2012)
Denmark 11.2% of GDP (2012)
Djibouti 8.8% of GDP (2012)
Dominica 5.9% of GDP (2012)
Dominican Republic 5.4% of GDP (2012)
Ecuador 6.4% of GDP (2012)
Egypt 5% of GDP (2012)
El Salvador 6.7% of GDP (2012)
Equatorial Guinea 4.7% of GDP (2012)
Eritrea 2.6% of GDP (2012)
Estonia 5.9% of GDP (2012)
Ethiopia 3.8% of GDP (2012)
Fiji 4% of GDP (2012)
Finland 9.1% of GDP (2012)
France 11.7% of GDP (2012)
Gabon 3.5% of GDP (2012)
Gambia, The 5% of GDP (2012)
Georgia 9.2% of GDP (2012)
Germany 11.3% of GDP (2012)
Ghana 5.2% of GDP (2012)
Greece 9.3% of GDP (2012)
Grenada 6.4% of GDP (2012)
Guatemala 6.7% of GDP (2012)
Guinea-Bissau 5.9% of GDP (2012)
Guinea 6.3% of GDP (2012)
Guyana 6.6% of GDP (2012)
Haiti 6.4% of GDP (2012)
Honduras 8.6% of GDP (2012)
Hungary 7.8% of GDP (2012)
Iceland 9.1% of GDP (2012)
India 4% of GDP (2012)
Indonesia 3% of GDP (2012)
Iran 6.7% of GDP (2012)
Iraq 3.6% of GDP (2012)
Ireland 8.1% of GDP (2012)
Israel 7.5% of GDP (2012)
Italy 9.2% of GDP (2012)
Jamaica 5.9% of GDP (2012)
Japan 10.1% of GDP (2012)
Jordan 9.8% of GDP (2012)
Kazakhstan 4.2% of GDP (2012)
Kenya 4.7% of GDP (2012)
Kiribati 10.7% of GDP (2012)
Korea, South 7.5% of GDP (2012)
Kuwait 2.5% of GDP (2012)
Kyrgyzstan 7.1% of GDP (2012)
Laos 2.9% of GDP (2012)
Latvia 6% of GDP (2012)
Lebanon 7.3% of GDP (2012)
Lesotho 11.6% of GDP (2012)
Liberia 15.5% of GDP (2012)
Libya 3.9% of GDP (2012)
Lithuania 6.7% of GDP (2012)
Luxembourg 6.9% of GDP (2012)
Macedonia 7.1% of GDP (2012)
Madagascar 4.1% of GDP (2012)
Malawi 9.2% of GDP (2012)
Malaysia 4% of GDP (2012)
Maldives 8.5% of GDP (2012)
Mali 5.8% of GDP (2012)
Malta 9.1% of GDP (2012)
Marshall Islands 15.6% of GDP (2012)
Mauritania 6.4% of GDP (2012)
Mauritius 4.8% of GDP (2012)
Mexico 6.1% of GDP (2012)
Micronesia, Federated States of 12.8% of GDP (2012)
Moldova 11.7% of GDP (2012)
Monaco 4.4% of GDP (2012)
Mongolia 6.3% of GDP (2012)
Montenegro 7.6% of GDP (2012)
Morocco 6.4% of GDP (2012)
Mozambique 6.4% of GDP (2012)
Namibia 8.3% of GDP (2012)
Nauru 7.5% of GDP (2012)
Nepal 5.5% of GDP (2012)
Netherlands 12.4% of GDP (2012)
New Zealand 10.3% of GDP (2012)
Nicaragua 8.2% of GDP (2012)
Nigeria 6.1% of GDP (2012)
Niger 7.2% of GDP (2012)
Niue 6.7% of GDP (2012)
Norway 9% of GDP (2012)
Oman 2.6% of GDP (2012)
Pakistan 2.7% of GDP (2012)
Palau 9.5% of GDP (2012)
Panama 7.6% of GDP (2012)
Papua New Guinea 5.2% of GDP (2012)
Paraguay 10.3% of GDP (2012)
Peru 5.1% of GDP (2012)
Philippines 4.6% of GDP (2012)
Poland 6.7% of GDP (2012)
Portugal 9.4% of GDP (2012)
Qatar 2.2% of GDP (2012)
Romania 5.1% of GDP (2012)
Russia 6.3% of GDP (2012)
Rwanda 10.7% of GDP (2012)
Saint Kitts and Nevis 5.9% of GDP (2012)
Saint Lucia 8.5% of GDP (2012)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 5.2% of GDP (2012)
Samoa 6.8% of GDP (2012)
San Marino 6.5% of GDP (2012)
Sao Tome and Principe 7.9% of GDP (2012)
Saudi Arabia 3.2% of GDP (2012)
Senegal 5% of GDP (2012)
Serbia 10.5% of GDP (2012)
Seychelles 4.7% of GDP (2012)
Sierra Leone 15.1% of GDP (2012)
Singapore 4.7% of GDP (2012)
Slovakia 7.8% of GDP (2012)
Slovenia 8.8% of GDP (2012)
Solomon Islands 8% of GDP (2012)
South Africa 8.8% of GDP (2012)
South Sudan 2.6% of GDP (2012)
Spain 9.6% of GDP (2012)
Sri Lanka 3.3% of GDP (2011)
Sudan 7.2% of GDP (2012)
Suriname 5.9% of GDP (2012)
Swaziland 8.5% of GDP (2012)
Sweden 9.6% of GDP (2012)
Switzerland 11.3% of GDP (2012)
Syria 3.4% of GDP (2012)
Tajikistan 5.8% of GDP (2012)
Tanzania 7% of GDP (2012)
Thailand 3.9% of GDP (2012)
Timor-Leste 4.3% of GDP (2012)
Togo 8.6% of GDP (2012)
Tonga 5.4% of GDP (2012)
Trinidad and Tobago 5.4% of GDP (2012)
Tunisia 7% of GDP (2012)
Turkey 6.3% of GDP (2012)
Turkmenistan 2% of GDP (2012)
Tuvalu 15.4% of GDP (2012)
Uganda 8% of GDP (2012)
Ukraine 7.6% of GDP (2012)
United Arab Emirates 2.8% of GDP (2012)
United Kingdom 9.4% of GDP (2012)
United States 17.9% of GDP (2012)
Uruguay 8.9% of GDP (2012)
Uzbekistan 5.9% of GDP (2012)
Vanuatu 3.6% of GDP (2012)
Venezuela 4.6% of GDP (2012)
Vietnam 6.6% of GDP (2012)
Yemen 5.5% of GDP (2012)
Zambia 6.5% of GDP (2012)