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GP Practice work in Blackpool

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FAQs about being a Practice Nurse

  • How much do GP practice managers earn?

    This is dependent on many factors, such as geographic location and, most importantly, experience. But salaries tend to range from around £22,250 to £55,000 per annum.


  • What qualifications do you need to be a practice manager?

    While formal qualifications are not a requirement, you can get relevant qualifications through The Association of Medical Secretaries, Practice Managers, Administrators and Receptionists (AMSPAR). You’ll need to be an experienced manager, and experience in health or social care would be an advantage. 


  • What does a GP practice manager do?

    GP practice managers look after the day-to-day running of a GP surgery or group. Practice managers need to be highly organised and will have to keep a number of plates spinning at the same time. The ultimate goal is to ensure that the practice runs as efficiently and effectively as possible for both patients and staff. Specific tasks vary, but may include:

    • Payroll and budgets
    • Rotas for doctors and clerical staff
    • Managing the reception and patient appointments
    • Hiring, training and managing staff
    • Keeping medical records current and stored correctly and safely
    • Maintaining supplies and equipment
    • Insurance claims, audits and inspections
    • Monitoring prescriptions
    • Handling confidential information

  • Will I be affected by IR35?

    The simple answer is that you might be, but MCG Healthcare currently only work with GP Practices who have determined the status of your role as outside IR35. Status determination statements are required for every role you undertake and we will notify you prior to engagement of the decision as to whether the roles sits inside or outside of IR35.

    IR35 Legislation came into effect in the Private Sector in April 2021 after a 12 month delay due to Covid-19. IR35 is the UK’s anti-tax avoidance legislation that is designed to ensure that ‘disguised’ employees are taxed correctly. If you are viewed to be inside IR35 then you will be taxed at the same rate as a PAYE employee, this determination is made by the end user (employer) as the financial risk for any tax avoidance initially lays with them.


  • How much does a practice nurse earn?

    The salary for a band 5 practice nurse is £25,100 - £31,649. The salary for a band 6 practice nurse is £31,800 - £39,169.


  • Can a newly qualified nurse be a practice nurse?

    Most nurses will work as a practice nurse after working in secondary or community nursing for a few years first. It’s possible to become a practice nurse as a newly qualified nurse, but as further training and education is needed you’ll need to find a practice to support you in this.


  • What band is a practice nurse in?

    A practice nurse will be in band 5 or 6, depending on experience.

    What is the difference between a practice nurse and a registered nurse? 

    A registered nurse is a nurse who has completed their training. Within this title there are several specialisms, such as adult, community, mental health and more. A practice nurse will work in a GP practice within primary care, offering nursing care, planning, treatment and health education. They’ll work alongside GPs, health visitors, pharmacists, dieticians and other nurses to provide treatment and care. At larger GP surgeries they may be part of a nursing team and may get to focus on certain areas, while at smaller surgeries they may work alone and be required to offer a larger range of services.


  • What are the shift patterns?

    A full-time practice nurse will work 37.5 hours a week, Monday to Friday, although there may be some weekend or evening work, depending on the practice needs. Part-time and job share options are also available, so there is a good degree of flexibility.


  • Is there flexibility with shift patterns?

    As many nurses work part time or job share, there is often some flexibility on shift patterns, provided the requirements of the practice are met.


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