Almost one year on since abortion services were introduced in Ireland - just 14% of GPs are available to provide the procedures.
January 1st marks the first anniversary since the Health Act was introduced and terminations were legislated for - however, the lack of coverage has been criticised.
Orla O'Connor is from the National Women's Council of Ireland - she said: "We do not have an even coverage throughout the country. Women are having to travel. We know that in the cities there are more GPs providing abortion services.
But it is harder outside of the cities, so at the moment there are 350 GPs signed up to the service and that's is very welcome but we need to see in 2020 greater coverage in Ireland."
Just 350 general practitioners are offering to carry out the service, which accounts for just 14% of the HSE's claim of 2,500 GPs across the county.
The figure has doubled since last January - something the Health Minister has welcomed, "All our maternity hospitals are providing termination of pregnancy care.
"Ten are providing the full range of services," said Simon Harris who continued to say that services will be expanded throughout 2020.
Dr Aoife Mullally has been appointed the clinical lead on termination services for the HSE.
The expert in gynaecology had worked in maternity wards in the Coombe, as well as at Portlaoise Hospital.
The appointment is something Orla O'Connor has welcomed - "The National Women's Council had been calling for a lead to be appointed. You know, we're a year in now of abortion services being provided and we feel the leadership piece is absolutely necessary in terms of rolling out a full service and comprehensive service across the country."
While Minister Harris acknowledged that the appointment of Dr Mullally is a "significant step" towards "embed and evolve" the service.