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Document recently updated What is a performer number and how can I find mine?

A performer number is a random six-digit number allocated to every qualified NHS dentist. Your performer number will remain the same throughout your NHS career, regardless of any breaks in service you may have. A performer number can begin with any digit from 1 – 9.

After you have registered as a dentist with the General Dental Council (GDC) and have applied to work for a Commissioner (Area Team / Local Health Board), you will be created as an NHS performer on the Compass system and a performer number will be generated and issued.

Your Performer number can be found in Compass.

Location: Performer >> Performer Search
 
You do not need to enter any details on this screen, click 'search' and your details will be populated. Your Performer number will be presented in the 'Performer ID' column.
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