As an NHS GP, you’ll lead a team of healthcare professionals at a practice or surgery, or perhaps work out of a hospital or urgent care centre. All GPs examine and test patients, discuss health issues with them and refer them on to specialist clinics or services. In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the NHS needs GPs more than ever right now.
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Yes we do. We work across the UK with practices seeking locum GPs for everything from ad hoc dates through to long-term contracts. We also provide support for practices looking for salaried GPs, partners and other staff.
Our compliance process is straightforward. We ask that you complete an online registration form. We also need to ensure that right to work checks, registration and certification checks are completed to keep you and our practices safe and to ensure we’re meeting our due diligence responsibilities. There are some variations as some clients require additional documents, but we’ll always ask for:
The average wage for a Salaried GP working in the NHS is between £58,808 and £88,744.
The exact figure will depend on the experience of the GP, length of service, number of sessions and location within the UK. Larger cities tend to pay less due to the larger number of GPs available, whereas coastal and rural areas tend to pay more as there are fewer GPs to compete with for positions.
An NHS GP who is also a GP Partner will also receive a share of the profits of the practice they run, this can increase earnings depending on the performance of the practice.
The starting salary for a GP joining a practice is around £60,000 depending on location and the number of sessions worked.
No, the NHS operates a contract that GPs work under. As a result, GPs are either independent contractors or salaried GPs employed by other GPs or private companies, operating practices under that NHS contract.