Top women doctors lose out in NHS pay stakes Senior NHS female doctors are earning less than their male counterparts, a BBC investigation shows.
Of the top 100 earning consultants in England, just five are women, despite more than a third of the workforce being female.
The top-paid man earned nearly £740,000 - two-and-a-half times that of the top woman.
On average, full-time women consultants earned nearly £14,000 a year less than men - a pay gap of 12%. BBC News