salaried GP

salaried GP

A general practitioner (GP) in the UK who is employed by an organisation and receives a salary; salaried GPs do not have an independent contract with the NHS.
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The team includes one salaried GP supported by locums, a permanent Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Pharmacist and Musculo Skeletal Physiotherapy.
The primary care team has been enhanced following a number of new appointments which include a second salaried GP, a new health centre and practice manager, a new clinical lead nurse and a new practice nurse," Ms Johnstone said.
In the spring we launched a 'GP Career Start Scheme', inviting applicants from across the UK to apply for salaried GP posts in local practices.
They should be ensuring that Dr Price-Jones remains practising in the community and is offered a salaried GP position and no less.
The GP Earnings and Expenses 2010/11 report published last week by the NHS Information Centre reveals that, not only is GP pay falling, but that for a salaried GP, the average now sits at just over 57,000 [pounds sterling]--far lower than the numbers the general media would have us believe.
The study showed that salaried GPs saw their pay rise just 3% in the first two years - the average full-time salaried GP earns pounds 74,000 - while GP partners were the ones profiting the most.
Dr Jane Roberts will work as an academic researcher at Sunderland University while also practising as a salaried GP for County Durham Primary Care Trust.
In addition they will be supported by a local salaried GP during their first shifts.
Under the new contract, funding will follow the patient so, if a practice loses a partner, it will retain all its funding and be able to cover the gap with a salaried GP or with nurses.
First Minister Carwyn Jones has already dismissed claims of a crisis in GP care in North Wales telling the Daily Post: "There will be issues from time to time where a GP decides to stop but that service then is carried on by a salaried GP.
The First Minister said: "There will be issues from time to time where a GP decides to stop but that service then is carried on by salaried GP.
he"do p suppo tices, an employed b "However, we do provide specific support to GP practices, and a salaried GP employed by the health board is now working three days each week with practices on the Llyn Peninsula, including one day a week in Treflan Surgery.