Unlike other professions, doctors are now required by law to publish the average earnings of GPs.
Financial year 2016/17
An average GP at Church Close Surgery earned £53,000 gross for a full-time equivalent post
This is before tax, National Insurance and pension contribution has been taken off
The practice had 2 full-time equivalent GPs
The practice also has to pay the following:
£20,000 per year in medical insurance
£3,000 a year in postage
£18,000 a year in phone and utility bills
Nursing staff, reception and admin staff, pensions and other bills
In 2016/17 the practice spent £40,000 on Locum GPs
We are also a Proper Living Wage employer in line with the recommendations of The Living Wage Foundation
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Our community midwife has a weekly clinic. She visits all pregnant women at home early in their pregnancy, arranges all the tests, investigations and appointments with specialists as appropriate and will also visit new mothers after they return to their home.
District nurses work with the doctors in providing nursing care for patients confined to their homes. They will assess the nursing needs of the housebound, acute and chronic sick, or those who have had recent operations and can provide advice on incontinence and nursing aids. They will also advise and support carers and will refer to other agencies or specialist nurses in the community as necessary. Their aim is to enable patients to live an independent and dignified life.
|A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.|
Specialist Stop Smoking Nurse
Smoking contributes to an enormous amount of illness and our Help to Quit Nurse runs a clinic each week to specifically help all those who wish to give up. You can quit, we can help.
Once each month we have a chiropodist visit to care for diabetics who are at risk of significant problems with their feet.