Armed forces doctor Pay

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Pay guidance for armed forces doctors

Armed forces committee meeting 2016

The Armed Forces' Pay Review Body provides independent advice to the Prime Minister and the Secretary of State for Defence on the remuneration and charges for members of the Naval, Military and Air Forces of the Crown.

 

Key recommendations

Armed Forces' Pay Review Body recommends in their 2017 report:

  • a one per cent increase in basic pay to all ranks within the medical and dental officer cadre;
  • a one per cent increase in general medical practitioner and general dental practitioner trainer pay and associate trainer pay;
  • a one per cent increase in the value of military Clinical Excellence Awards and legacy Distinction Awards; and
  • the retention of the medical officer 'Golden Hello' scheme, and maintains the current eligibility for consultant cadres.

 

Recommended annual salaries

The report includes recommended annual salaries for:

  • accredited consultants (OF3-OF5)
  • accredited general medical practitioners (GMP) and general dental practitioners (GDP) (OF3 - OF5)
  • non-accredited medical officers (OF3 - OF5)
  • accredited medical and dental officers (OF2)
  • non-accredited medical and dental officers (OF2)
  • medical and dental officers (OF1)
  • medical and dental cadets
  • higher medical management (OF6)
  • higher medical management (OF5)
  • DMS trainer pay
  • DMS distinction awards
  • DMS national clinical excellence awards

 

Download

Download the 2017 report (PDF)