Purpose: The study aims to demonstrate regional diagnosis methods and results combined with geographical information to expand the physical infrastructure related to community care services. To this end, the physical infrastructure for the core elements of community care was analyzed in terms of the fulfilment and access of facilities to derive the underserved elements and regions. Methods: Utilizes GIS network analysis techniques that can derive physical infrastructure service areas. Underserved elements are derived by comparing and analyzing the service area for each core element. Next, the underserved regions for each core element are derived through the overlapping of the set service area and the diagnosis population. Results: Among the physical infrastructure by core elements for community care, the housing support element was considerably weak, and the nursing care facility compared to health care was also analyzed to be weak. In addition, underserved regions by dong in Mapo-gu were deduced and presented for each diagnosed population. Implications: The discovery of underserved elements and underserved regions is meaningful as a diagnostic process that can derive the physical infrastructure that needs to be expanded urgently for the realization of community care and determine the priority projects and targets of the projects.