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General Practitioners, Locums and Non-GP Partners – PAY Transparency

Posted: October 11, 2021

In the 2020 GMS contract deal, agreements were made to publicly declare the names and earnings of any GP or non-GP Partner with NHS earnings exceeding £150,000 in a bid to improve pay transparency within the NHS. The rules were to apply for the 2019/20 year onwards.

Guidance has now been published on how to calculate NHS earnings and how to submit the relevant details:


If you are a GP or non-GP Partner and had NHS earnings in excess of £150,000 in 2019/20, you have until 12 November 2021 to submit the self-declaration.

In future years, you will have until the following 30 April after the year end (13 months to prepare and declare).

If you feel as though you may be affected by the Pay Transparency regulations and would like any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the Burgess Hodgson medical team who would be happy to assist:

Kenton May: kcm@burgesshodgson.co.uk

Simon Bailey: sjb@burgesshodgson.co.uk

Guy Vine: gv@burgesshodgson.co.uk