The Ten States with the Fewest Primary Physicians, on a per capita basis, come from the South or the West as indicated here:
A more detailed examination of the underlying numbers available from the HRSA reveal Mississippi as having the fewest primary care physicians per capita of any State. Texas and Georgia, despite being two of the ten largest population states, were among the among the Ten States with the Fewest Primary Care Physicians. Although both states have sizable raw physician numbers, the number of primary care physicians in each state is small relative to the overall population base.
Note: National rankings include the District of Columbia