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Download our GP earnings poster

Download Pulse’s ‘fantastic value poster’ to hang up in your practice – outlining the amount practices are given on average to care for each patient 

Practices will have to publish the average earnings of all employed full and part-time GPs from April 2016 as part of the 2015/16 contract. 

This ‘General practice is fantastic value’ poster shows the amount practices are given on average to provide home visits and unlimited consultations for one patient for a year – just £136. It also has a space to fill in how many GPs work in your practice, and how much they earn each year. 

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Click to download our poster on the left. 

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  • We are saved!

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  • I dont want or need a pharmacist. I want a practice nurse to replace the one that is about to retire, as we have had no response to adverts. And I want to be able to replace my senior partner who is going to retire in 12 months time.

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  • I think the phrase is "Pi**ing in the wind."


    Ditch the contract comrades!

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  • I don't want a pharmacist either. I want a District Nursing team like the one I had 15 years ago that I saw on a daily basis and therby prevented hospital admissions much more effectively than these current moronic ineffective ideas.

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  • I want a district nursing service that I could see daily.

    I want more practice nurses.

    I also want a practice based pharmacist to take on medication reviews and constant medication changes as a result of secondary care. On this latter point it would be very good if primary and secondary care could have a joint clinical database, at least for medication, if nothing else.

    While we're at it why can't all hospital letters to primary care have a short paragraph of action points for GPs, for example medication changes. Some hospital doctors do this but it is very variable and some still hide important issues in the middle of three pages of A4

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  • wouldn't it be better to have more doctors ? It is more expensive but much more efficient .

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  • Interesting that two commentators want the sort of District Nursing service that they used to have. Well, you are now (theoretically!) the commissioners so it's in your hands...

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  • Most hospitals now dump non-urgent outpatient prescriptions onto GP's. Well done BMA for doing sweet FA to resist this. And a further well done for giving GP's the opportunity to employ pharmacists to do this work - we needed another cost pressure and another member of staff to be responsible for.
    The BMA is a joke and we all know it.
    Ditch the contract comrades!

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  • Andrew Martin | Pharmacist28 Jan 2016 10:43am

    Individual GPs, not sitting on CCG boards have very little control over commissioning. Even GP board members can do very little as decisions regarding district nurses is made At a higher level

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  • No thanks. As above, district nurses, health visitors (remember them, anyone?), practice nurses and doctors needed instead of ever more re-organisations and expensive "initiatives" to fragment care even further. It used to work before political meddling escalated; it could be made to work again.

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