The PFC negotiates a range of fees to cover part-time medical service work, local and central government work, medico-legal work, insurance work and a wide range of reports, examinations and certificates for patients or third parties on an annual basis.
The PFC has worked closely with the Home Office and the GPC in drafting updated guidance for GPs on firearms licencing, which has now been issued to LMCs.
The committee is currently working on a range of issues that apply to doctors across the profession, including personal independence payment claims, collaborative fees, and death certification.
Who we are
The PFC chair is Peter Holden.
Peter is a GP who lives and practices in Derbyshire. He is also a member of the general practitioners committee, and was previously a GP negotiator.
The committee is comprised of the following doctors:
- One who undertakes on average at least four sessions work each week for central government departments, agencies or their contractors, elected by members who undertake fee paid sessional work for central government departments, agencies or their contractors. (position currently vacant, contact [email protected] if interested)
- One by the consultants committee.
- Two by the general practitioners committee.
- One by the junior doctors committee.
- One by the occupational medicine committee.
- One by the private practice committee.
- One by the staff, associate specialist and specialty doctors committee.
- One appointed by BMA Scottish council.
- One appointed by BMA Northern Ireland council.
The committee meets three times a year to discuss latest issues.
Who should attend
The meetings are only open to committee members.
Meetings for the 2018-19 session
- Thursday 13 September 2018
- Wednesday 9 January 2019
- Wednesday 1 May 2019
For more information email [email protected]