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GPs are some of the most versatile workers in the NHS, and it’s not surprising that we are working more and more outside of traditional practice settings.
Increasingly, we see GPs working with, and being employed by, hospitals or GP federations and other ‘at-scale’ providers, as well as CCGs and other bodies. Stepping outside of a practice can lead to some uncertainty – what pay should I expect? Will I be entitled to sick and parental leave? Am I an employee or self-employed?
With this in mind, we have written guidance for you to follow when considering dipping your toes into a new employment arrangement. Our contract guidance for GPs in non-standard roles provides you with some key areas for you to consider and discuss, to make sure you’re getting all the benefits you’re entitled to.
We would advise that your starting point for any discussion with a future employer is based around the BMA model salaried GP contract. While not all employers are obliged to use it, we would advocate that it provides a neat solution for both parties when talking terms and conditions.
By following our guidance, you should be able to tick-off most of the essentials of a contract, even if you choose to use an alternative to the model contract. Most importantly, ensure you are being paid fairly and that you understand what the role requires. The salaried GP payscale is out of date and does not reflect current real-world pay for GPs, so consider this when discussing remuneration.
If you’re thinking of working with an online provider, we also have specific guidance for GPs working for online providers , which may also prove helpful when deciding if it’s the right thing for you to do.
Ben Molyneux is an executive member of the GPC sessional GPs subcommittee
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