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Video: How to publish GP earnings

By the end of next month, GPs will have to publish the average earnings of all partners and salaried doctors working at the practice as part of the 2015/16 contract – here is Pulse’s quick overview of what you need to know 

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Readers' comments (3)

  • I only hope that it will be published also what the NET income of GPs is (rather than the gross), which would make the public aware of what GPs really earn. Contrary to the myth, actual income is far less then half the gross because of indemnity fees (like a second mortgage), GMC contributions, and taxes). It would be only fair if patients knew the truth.

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  • WHY is this not fought. Surely the fact that GPs and only GPs in the entire world have to do this is morally, ethically, legally wrong???

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  • We lack the leadership and courage as a group to simply refuse en masse

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