NHS pension benefits

I will be 60 in October and have been a GP for 28 years. I have not yet received my estimated NHS pension but I expect it to be about £41,000. My financial adviser is encouraging me to stop paying into the scheme at 60 and to take my pension benefits. His view is that my pension will not be significantly improved if I continue to contribute to it. He tells me I do not have to retire from the partnership to do this. I eventually plan to retire in October 2011. Can I do this?

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