View Full Version : Opinion re salaried GPs

28-05-2008, 04:10 PM
The partners are thinking of employing a salaried GP(9 sessions), instead of a new partner, when a partner retires soon. They are hoping this will be a cheaper option and will free up some money to employ extra nurse/reception time. I am not convinced and would appreciate input from anyone who employs a salaried GP as to how much the TOTAL costs is likely to be. Also, there is a possibility that this may be job-shared between two doctors and I have concerns as to how this will work out. Has anyone had a job-shared salaried GP and if so, did it work out OK? Many thanks.

28-05-2008, 05:48 PM
topical question this, as salaried drs are worried that they are being left behind by not being offerred partnerships. From a financial point of view, if the partners are receiving more in drawings than a salried dr costs to employ ( and there are hidden costs- NI, holiday cover, pension contributions etc) then it will be viable for them. depends on how they view their practice. it's the way things are going.