Monday, 22 February 2016

NHS England, Government and BMA agree new GP contract for 2016/17

NHS England, Government and BMA agree new GP contract for 2016/17 NHS England, the Government, and the British Medical Association’s General Practitioners Committee have reached agreement on changes to the GP contract in England for 2016/17, to take effect from 1 April 2016.

The new contract will see an investment of £220 million for 2016/17 – part of this will provide a pay uplift of one per cent for GPs.

This agreement is the start of a process for investment, support and reform in general practice which both sides are working together to deliver, with a bigger package due to be announced soon. NHS England

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