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Document What is a Salaried GP (Type 2 Assistant Practitioner)?

A practitioner member who is a Salaried GP receives basic salary and a wage slip each month. They are employed by a practice, APMS contractor, Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Local Authority or NHSCB Area Team, but their employing authority is always their Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Local Authority or NHSCB Area Team.

Salaried GPs must pension all of their practitioner earnings, with all practitioner income being added together in respect of allocating their tier. They should submit an End of Year Certificate to their Area Team, to ensure that they had no other NHS employment which may have affected their contribution tier.

For the purposes of recording the employment type on Pensions Online (POL), a Salaried GP is classed as employment type 6.

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