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Superwealthy GPs earn £300,000 a year

15th March 2010

Information received in response to a Freedom of Information request has shown that "at least one" GP is making over £300,000 annually.

Following the renegotiation of the GP contract in 2002, the average salary for GPs rose from £72, 176 to £106,072. A Department of Health spokesman said: "The most recent earnings data for 2007/08 showed GPs earning an average of £106,000, a decrease of 1.5% on the previous year. We are always looking to improve the quality and value for money delivered by the GP contract."

 

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Title: Superwealthy GPs earn £300,000 a year
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 14387
Date Added: 15th Mar 2010

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