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Document How is a Tier 1 ill health pension calculated and how do I qualify for it?

If you have at least two years membership, and become permanently incapable of doing your present job because of ill health, you may be able to receive a pension.

If you are:

  • a scheme member accepted by our medical advisers as permanently incapable of doing your current NHS job; or
  • a former scheme member accepted by our medical advisers as permanently incapable of earning an income by doing regular work.

You may be eligible to receive Tier 1 ill health retirement benefits. Tier 1 is entitlement to the retirement benefits you have earned to date, paid without any actuarial reduction for early payment and without any enhancements.



For more information, please see the Ill Health section on our website.
 
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