Every year Medeconomics surveys GP locums from across the country to find out what they earn for work booked directly with practices and work booked via agencies. Our latest survey was carried out in August 2019 and involved 435 respondents.
You can access the latest tables below. There are also links to the locum rate tables from the previous two years, along with links to information and resources to help practices manage their locums more effectively.
Accountant Laurence Slavin explains what practices need to do to ensure they are not falling foul of tax laws when it comes to how they pay their locums.
The options practices can use to find a suitable, available locum.
A written agreement, negotiated and finalised in advance of the locum session, ensures both parties know what is expected.
The BMA has published model terms and conditions of employment for locum GPs, which it hopes will help mnimise common disputes between locums and practices.
Practices need to prepare for new locums to get the best from them. This checklist can be used to ensure you have covered everything.
A checklist to ensure your locum has the essential information they need to do a good job.
A checklist to ensure the practice provides its locums with the information they need to make home visits.
If properly enabled, GP locums can provide effective care for patients and add real value to practices.
GP Fees Database
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GP PARTNER/SALARIED GP OPPORTUNITIES Denburn Medical Practice Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
GP Locum Sessions in the North of England! Medical Staffing North of England
Salaried GP in Rotherham - up to £9,000 - £10,250 per session + MDU + NI + Pension - part/full time MedMatch Wath-upon-Dearne, Rotherham