Nine in ten General Practitioners in Ireland still refuse to provide abortion care.
Research by the Abortion Rights Campaign also shows that half of maternity hospitals also refuse to provide patients care.
The organisation says it's 'unacceptable and is calling on the government to tackle the refusal of care so abortion can be accessed nationwide.
Speaking to Beat News, A-R-C Co-Convenor JoAnne Neary says the figures are "totally unacceptable".
"The Abortion Right Campaign has identified this as the single biggest barrier to access an abortion in Ireland.
"And we can see from our and World Health Organisation research that people have to make long and really difficult journeys in order to access abortion care in Ireland."
The organisation is now calling on the government to tackle the refusal of care so abortion can be accessed nationwide.
"It will take some time to shed the stigma, but really patients should be able to file complaints against non-compliant doctors.
"The HSE should be taking steel to monitor a refusal of care, and they should be disciplining physicians who fail in their ethical duties."